Vermont Employment Laws
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Finding and maintaining gainful employment is essential to thriving in the United States, which is why a combination of federal and state laws regulate certain aspects of employment. Welcome to FindLaw's section on the employment laws of Vermont, with authoritative primers on laws protecting your rights with respect to your job. This section includes articles on overtime provisions and other wage and hour laws, such as minimum wage and meal break requirements; whistleblower laws prohibiting retaliation against employees who report their employer's illegal activities; a list of legal holidays in the state; and more. Click on one of the following links to learn more about Vermont's employment laws.
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