Bill to Repeal Subminimum Wage Provisions for Full-time Students: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Labor Standards of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 12596 ... April 1, 1976
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977 - Minimum wage - 49 pages
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Page 24 - Secretary shall by regulation prescribe standards and requirements to insure that this paragraph will not create a substantial probability of reducing the full-time employment opportunities of persons other than those to whom the minimum wage rate authorized by this paragraph is applicable.
Page 9 - Children's Foundation and the Food Research and Action Center to conclude that the Department is attempting to inhibit rather than enhance the participation of needy children in the summer feeding program. I would like to include for the record a copy of the criticisms made by the Children's Foundation of the new Federal Register regulations.
Page 7 - Big Mac : The Unauthorized Story of McDonald's," by Max Boas and Steve Chain and published by Dutton. According to data from the Labor Department's publication "Employment and Earnings...
Page 24 - ... this subpart. (g) Full-time students shall be employed at subminimum wages under this subpart only outside of their school hours, ie, only outside of the scheduled hours of instruction of the individual full-time student. (h) No full-time student shall be hired under a full-time student certificate for work in a unit or units of the campus where abnormal labor conditions, such as a strike or lockout, exist. (i) No provision of any full-time student certificate shall excuse noncompliance with...
Page 48 - The hearing is now adjourned. [Whereupon, the hearing concluded at 4:02 pm] [Material submitted for inclusion in the record follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF HON.
Page 24 - Full-time students are not to be employed by an institution of higher education at subminimum wages under this subpart in unrelated trades or businesses as defined and applied under sections 511 through 515 of the Internal Revenue Code, such as apartment houses, stores, or other businesses not primarily catering to the students of the institution. (h) Certificates will not be issued where such issuance will result in a reduction of the wage rate paid to a current employee, including current student...
Page 11 - Big Mac: The Unauthorized Story of McDonald's" by Max Boas and Steve Chain and published 'by Button. According to data from the "Employment and Earnings," the average hourly earnings in retail establishments classified as eating and drinking places was $2.55 an hour.