The 1974 amendments to the Federal minimum wage law

Elder, Peyton
July 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Jul74, Vol. 97 Issue 7, p33
Academic Journal
Discusses the amendments to the United States federal minimum wage law made in 1974. Minimum wage of workers protected by the law; Minimum wage increases; Tip allowances; Types of workers protected under the revised minimum wage law.


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