Wisconsin Employment Laws
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In conjunction with federal labor laws, state laws cover a wide range of employment law issues, including the minimum wage, overtime pay, legal holidays, whistleblower rights, as well as "right to work" issues. For example, Wisconsin's employment law sets the rate at which overtime work must be paid and the age at which teens can start working. In order to better protect your rights and ensure your employer is treating you fairly, it's important to educate yourself about Wisconsin's labor laws. FindLaw's Wisconsin Employment Law section is great place to start. Click on a link below to learn more about Wisconsin employment laws.
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