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As they drew near, the men redoubled their cries, while the girls, tossing their bare arms in the air, exclaimed plaintively, 'Awha! awha!
[section] 23.10.145 (2013) (AWHA adopting FLSA definitions); [section] 23.10.060(d)(1) (exempting certain types of employees, not including ANC employees, from the overtime provisions of AWHA).
Indeed, the FLSA and the AWHA were both enacted for the same general purpose: "to establish minimum wage, maximum workweek, and overtime compensation standards which are adequate to maintain the health, efficiency and general well-being of workers." (14) In a sense, the AWHA supplements the FLSA in that it covers entities not engaged in interstate commerce; otherwise such entities would avoid the requirements of the FLSA.
(16) This accurately reflects public policy findings declared by both the FLSA and the AWHA. (17) However, an often overlooked or underappreciated concept underlying the FLSA was to spur job growth.
The AWHA incorporates the same forty-hour workweek standard but also includes a daily time period of eight hours a day.
The concept of being employed is broadly defined under both the FLSA and the AWHA. To employ means "to suffer or permit to work." (25) All employees are eligible for the minimum wage and overtime unless they are exempt.
The AWHA includes seventeen exemptions that apply to both state minimum wage and overtime requirements, (27) nineteen exemptions that apply to state overtime requirements, (28) and three exemptions that apply to minimum wage.
For example, under the AWHA, agricultural workers are exempt from the Act.
The officials presented to His Highness the Amir thorough information on the project to develop the islands of Boubyan, Failaka, Warba, Miskan and Awha. The project is part of His Highness the Amir's vision to turn Kuwait into a cultural and economic center, while also boosting development in the country.
The study, which identifies the characteristics and advantages of the islands (by order of size) - Boubyan, Failaka, Warba, Miskan and Awha - and the benefits of their development in light of similar international models, has received much praise, the minister added.