This article briefly discusses the history of the American labour force. Following by a discussion of the importance of enforcement of labour standards as well as an in‐depth look within the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, including its function units and specifically what each unit is responsible for. Then there are a couple of short definitions of labour standards followed by some criticism, as well as their opposing arguments. A short section follows discussing what is believed to be the key functional prerequisites to have successful labour standards. The article concludes by posing the question of whether the labour standards are adequately enforced and the opinions from various sides: labour, management, and state agency representatives.
Liu, L. and Kleiner, B. (2003), "Standards enforced by the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement", Equal Opportunities International, Vol. 22 No. 6/7, pp. 31-36. https://doi.org/10.1108/02610150310787595Download as .RIS
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