Leisure Law refers to the rights of employees to leisure time, the rights of free and informed consent, and the management's obligation to ensure that employees are treated fairly.

Keep in mind the different types of employee rights in the United States. According to the law, employees cannot work more hours than is mandated by statutes. Managers and executives cannot often work long hours, either, since their work is usually more senior, and employers must pay overtime to certain employees.

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