Below is a list of helpful government resources I have compiled over my many years of working with federal wage and hour law. All the information below is current and links will be kept up-to-date. Additional resources may be added in the future, so please check back any time.
America’s National Archives website
Here you can search for just about any American topic you can think of.
Department of Labor – Wirtz Labor Library
Website to learn about the history of organized labor, child labor, wage labor, safety law etc.
U.S. Department of Labor website
This site helps Americans with questions about retirement and 401(k)’s.
U.S. Government Publishing Office website
Takes you to all the rules in our system of government.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
Official FLSA publication document.
Social Security Administration website
Find information on social security, including cost-of-living adjustments, retirement, disability and more.
U.S. Department of Labor – Data Enforcement
Law enforcement data about federal wage laws.
Information for ‘home care’ workers
Frequently asked questions covering topics specific to home care workers.
Tax Gap Estimates for Tax Years 2008-2010
Amount of taxes not being paid partially because of workers being classified as contractors.