Legal Age Payment

(i) if, for each benefit or package of benefits, the actual amount of payments or expenses made on behalf of an older worker is not less than the amount or costs made or incurred on behalf of a younger worker, as permitted by section 1625.10, Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations (effective June 22, 1989); or Any aggrieved person may bring a civil action in any federal district court having jurisdiction for a remedy or equitable relief that furthers the objectives of this chapter. (i) payments constituting the subsidised part of an early retirement benefit; or The LSF sets strict standards for minors entering the labour market, including permitted industries, practicable hours and hours, and safety requirements. The rules applicable to underage workers depend on the specific age of the minor and determine the legal age for admission to employment. (ii) payments or surtaxes under subparagraphs (I) and (II) of subclause (A)(ii) pursuant to a defined benefit plan (as defined) maintained by an eligible employer in accordance with section 457(e)(1)(A) of Title 26 [Internal Revenue Code 1986] or by an educational association described in clause (i)(II) shall be treated only for the purposes of subparagraph (A)(ii): as if it were part of the defined benefit plan in respect of those payments or supplements. Payments or increases made under such a voluntary incentive scheme for early retirement shall not constitute severance pay within the meaning of paragraph 2. The provisions of this Chapter shall be applied in accordance with the powers, remedies and procedures provided for in sections 211(b), 216 (except paragraph (a)) and 217 of this Title (sections 11(b), 16 (excluding paragraph (a)) and 17 of the Fair Labour Standards Act, 1938, as amended) and subsection (c) of this section. Any act prohibited under section 623 of this Title [section 4] shall be deemed to be a prohibited act under section 215 of this Title [section 15 of the Fair Labour Standards Act, 1938, as amended]. Amounts due to a person as a result of a violation of this Chapter shall be deemed to be unpaid minimum wages or unpaid overtime within the meaning of sections 216 and 217 of this Title [sections 16 and 17 of the Fair Labour Standards Act 1938, as amended]: provided that liquidated damages are payable only for intentional violations of this chapter. In any action under this Chapter, the Tribunal shall have jurisdiction to grant such remedy or equitable relief as is appropriate to achieve the objectives of this Chapter, including, but not limited to, judgments requiring employment, reinstatement or promotion, or enforce liability for amounts deemed to be unpaid minimum wages or unpaid overtime under this Section. Before taking action under this Section, the EOC shall endeavour to eliminate alleged discriminatory practices and to comply voluntarily with the requirements of this Chapter through informal methods of mediation, conferencing and persuasion. (B) if, at the end of that year, the distribution of benefits under that plan in respect of that employee has not commenced in accordance with section 1056(a)(3) of this Title (section 206(a)(3) of the Employees` Retirement Income Security Act, 1974) and section 401(a)(14)(C) of title 26 [Internal Revenue Code 1986]; and payment of benefits under that plan in respect of that employee during that plan year is not suspended under section 1053(a)(3)(b) of this Title or section 411(a)(3)(b) of Title 26 [the Internal Revenue Code 1986], then any requirement of this subsection for the continued recognition of benefits under that plan in respect of that employee during the course of that of this year of the plan will be deemed satisfied. the extent of any adjustment to the benefit payable under the Plan in that year of the Plan due to the delay in the distribution of benefits after reaching the normal retirement age.

(f) „worker“ means a person employed by an employer, provided that the term „worker“ does not include a person elected to public office by electors of a State or political subdivision of a State, or a person chosen by such an officer for his or her personal personnel; a representative at political level or a direct adviser in the exercise of constitutional or legal powers. of the office. The exemption in the preceding sentence does not apply to employees who are subject to the public service laws of a state government, government agency, or political subdivision. The term „employee“ includes any person who is a citizen of the United States who is employed by an employer at a workplace in a foreign country. No. The law includes specific protections for workers that make it illegal for employers to fire employees to hire someone for pay young people. Employers cannot take steps to move an employee (including partial moves such as reduced hours of work, wages or benefits) to employ someone for the youth wages. A violation of this anti-displacement provision will be considered a violation of the FLSA`s anti-discrimination provision in Article 15(a)(3).