require employers to provide employees under the age of eighteen (18) a minute uninterrupted.
Ohio labor laws require an employer to pay overtime to employees, unless otherwise exempt, at the rate of 1½ times the employee's regular rate of pay for all.
Does your Ohio employer provide meal or rest breaks? Then consider yourself lucky: Neither federal nor state law makes this a legal requirement. In Ohio, no.
Ohio's labor laws govern minimum wage, employment of minors, and prevailing wage. The Division of Commerce's Bureau of Wage & Hour Administration administers and enforces Ohio's Minimum Wage Laws (Ohio Revised Code ), Ohio's Minor Labor Law (ORC ) and Ohio's Prevailing.
Ohio labor laws are designed to protect employees and employers alike.