Date Revised: 09/05/2022
State of Michigan | Department of Human Services
Yes, for all camp staff.
- $10 Per check
- Free for non-profit organizations
Department of State. A request form is available online.
- $11.00 per record; $12.00 if certified
- Personal records can be requested for $12.00
Covers all employers with at least 2 employees at one time, age 16 or older, within a calendar year and all employees unless specifically exempt.
Exemptions: summer camp employees if employed not longer than 4 months; employees exempt from FLSA (unless federal law would result in the employees being paid a lower minimum wage rate; however, certain domestic employees who provide companionship services and those who provide child care services, (other than live-in domestics) are subject to the minimum wage requirements unless he/she is under age 18, provides services on a casual basis, or provides services that do not regularly exceed 20 hours per week)
Lower rates may be set by wage deviation board for apprentices, learners, and handicapped workers.
Employees age 16 and 17 may be paid 85% of state minimum wage; employees age 16 and 17 may be paid a training wage ($4.25/hour) for the first 90 days of employment, followed by the 85% subminimum wage rate, but employees age 18 and 19 must be paid the full state minimum wage rate after receiving the training wage for the first 90 days.
1½ times regular rate after 40-hour week. Employees may exchange up to 240 hours of overtime pay for compensatory time off.
Those employers subject to the FLSA’s minimum wage requirements; those employees exempt from the FLSA’s minimum wage requirements (however, certain domestic employees who provide companionship services and those who provide child care service (other than livein domestics) are subject to the overtime requirements unless he/she is under age 18, provides services on a casual basis, or provides services that do not regularly exceed 20 hours per week); employees in bona fide executive, administrative, or professional capacities, including academic administrators or elementary or secondary school teachers; employees of amusement or recreational establishments operating not more than 7 months in a calendar year; and agricultural employees
No general provision. Minors: 30 minute meal and rest period for minors working shift of more than 5 continuous hours. Details
Students working 30 hours or less per week for the school they are attending.