North carolina laws about dating
In December of 2018, North Carolina voted to add to the state constitution a controversial requirement that people must show photo identification before being allowed to vote.
The North Carolina State Legislature was now required to enact legislation requiring the production of a photo ID prior to voting.
These laws will make changes to businesses, the way we vote, state primaries, the transportation industry and more.
It is important for North Carolinians to know the latest laws and how they may be affected by them.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law regulating employee wage and hours.
If an employer intentionally avoids paying overtime in North Carolina, the employee may be entitled to additional money.
Corporate taxes will also decline from 3% to 2.5%, making it the lowest corporate income tax rate in the country.
In addition to these tax rate drops for individuals and corporations; the state’s standard deduction will increase in 2019.
For tipped employees, the maximum amount of tip credit that can count toward the minimum wage is .12 an hour, so the cash minimum wage is .13 an hour, so long as employees receive enough tips to make up the difference between paid wages and minimum wage.
The general rule is that an employer in North Carolina must pay non-exempt employees at least the minimum wage or pay the employee the promised rate of pay, whichever is greater, and pay time and one-half overtime pay based on the employee’s regular rate of pay for all hours worked over 40 hours. An employer is not required to pay overtime to “exempt" employees who fit into categories of executive, administrative, or professional roles.
The attorney can help you understand your rights and how to protect yourself.