Do you have to wear a uniform as a part of your job, and is the cost for the uniform deducted from your paycheck? Your company has to follow a number of guidelines to do this correctly-- and, if they don't follow the guidelines, you may need to contact a Georgia employment attorney.
The FLSA does not specifically limit the ability of an employer to deduct the cost of a uniform from an employee, nor does it require the wearing of a uniform.
If the wearing of a uniform is required by some other law, the nature of a business, or by an employer, the cost and maintenance of the uniform is considered to be a business expense of the employer. If the employer requires the employee to bear the cost, it may not cut into the overtime compensation required by the Act, or affect your minimum wage.