Running Head: FLSA Provisions
FLSA on the Security Personnel, Exempts, and Non-exempts
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law whose function is to determine the overtime
pay, minimum wage and the eligibility of the pay, child labor standards which are related to all
full-time and part-time workers in the private and government sectors such as state and local
governments. The FLSA houses two types of employees which are exempt and non-exempt.
Non-exempt employees are employees who are entitled to overtime pay as outlined in the FLSA
while exempt employees are not entitled to overtime pay. The FLSA covers all employees who
hold positions that are determined by each agency's human resource department. This paper will
focus on the exempt vs non-exempt employees and other different aspects.
Keywords: exempt, non-exempt, overtime
Security Personnel under the Fair Labor Standards Act
The FLSA uses its agency human resource to determine whether the employees that are
involved are classified either in the exempt or non-exempt category. This helps to determine the
employees that will receive overtime pay, child labor standards determining and other protection.
The FLSA covers the security guards who are employed in firms that engage in the production of
goods that are for commercial purposes such as ban...