Utah Employment Laws
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Utah employers have a great deal of leverage in the employment relationship and can fire employees for no reason (unless it's a violation of someone's protected status). But there are laws and regulations meant to even the playing field to a certain degree, such as minimum wage requirements and protections from harassment and discrimination. Welcome to FindLaw's section covering the employment laws of Utah, with authoritative explanations of important employment laws written for non-attorneys. This section includes articles on overtime laws, wage and hour laws, legal holidays, whistleblower laws, and more. Click on a link below to learn more about Utah's employment laws.
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