Other Work Problems
What is forced labor?
Forced labor is any work or service that a person
is obliged to do against his or her will without
payment or under threat.
Federal and state laws set special standards
for children who work in the United
States. The purpose of these standards is to
ensure children?s safety, welfare and access to
U.S. labor relations law protects workers?
labor relations rights. The National
Labor Relations Act (NLRA) guarantees
covered employees certain right.
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