The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was established as federal law in 1938 to regulate the national minimum wage, overtime pay, child labor, and recordkeeping practices. The FLSA determines whether or not an employee is eligible for overtime pay by setting a minimum salary and duties test. Any employee paid under this minimum salary or who does not meet the duties test must be provided overtime pay or compensatory time for hours worked over 40 in a standard work week. 

Any specific questions can be directed to the College's HR Classification and Compensation team.