New OT Rules Force Small Businesses to Make Hard Choices
Engage PEO's President, Midge Seltzer, speaks to the Associated Press on the impact of the DOL's new rules on overtime pay for white collar workers.
Money isn't the only issue. Managers used to staying at work until a task is done may feel demoralized when forced to leave work unfinished, says Midge Seltzer, president of Engage PEO, a human resources provider based in Hollywood, Florida.
"Most of the workplace consists of conscientious employees. It's going to be difficult for them to just throw their hands up and say, 'I'm done,'" she says.