Blog Posts tagged with Overtime Pay; FLSA

Home Health Care Employers: About the 8/80 Rule for OT

August 3, 2017

From an employment perspective, operating a residential health care facility that requires 24-hour staffing creates a variety of compliance issues.

DOL Overtime Pay Rule Changes Blocked

November 23, 2016

As a result of a federal court ruling, businesses will not be required to implement the new Department of Labor (DOL) salary rules for exempt employees on December 1, 2016. 

The rule, which would have more than doubled the minimum salary requirement for exempt employees, was challenged in a U.S. District Court and the Court issued an injunction on Tuesday, November 22.

UPDATE: DOL Announces Final Rule on OT Changes

May 18, 2016

The Department of Labor today announced its final rule updating the federal overtime regulations governing white collar workers.The changes are set to go into effect December 1, giving employers less than 6 months to prepare. 

A summary of the changes has been released (read it here). 

Highlights of the final rule:

DOL’s Proposed Overtime Rule Changes Coming Soon

April 29, 2016

Last summer, employers learned of the Department of Labor (DOL) proposal to change provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to extend overtime protections to nearly 5 million white collar workers in the U.S.

Ever since then, businesses have been bracing for the final regulations to be announced. That could happen as early as May.

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