There are two types of coverage under the FLSA: 1) enterprise coverage for businesses or similar entities (Enterprise Coverage); and 2) individual coverage for certain individuals (Individual Coverage).
- Schools and preschools
- Government agencies
- Businesses providing medical or nursing care for residents
- Institutions of higher education
- Making out-of-state telephone calls
- Receiving or sending interstate mail or electronic communications
- Ordering or receiving goods from an out-of-state supplier
- Handling credit card transactions or performing the accounting or bookkeeping for such activities
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