Fluctuating Workweek: What it is and how it saves you money

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Fluctuating Workweek: What it is and how it saves you money

The Department of Labor’s final rule increasing the salary threshold for overtime exemptions has left many wondering what they will do with their salaried employees who do not meet the new threshold.

Can I afford giving them a raise? If I move them to hourly, can I afford overtime at time-and-a-half?

The good news is that raising an employee’s salary or moving them to hourly are not the only two options.

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Wage & Hour Rules and Job Classifications

Chief among the issues that keep employers up at night is staying compliant with federal and state employment laws.

Arguably, wage and hour rules are the most complex and cause the most issues for companies. Job classifications under the FLSA can confuse even the most experienced HR managers.

In fact, some of the costliest wage and hour lawsuits and penalties on record could have been avoided if only the employer properly classified an employee as either exempt or nonexempt. It’s critically important to understand the law — and the devil is in the details.

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How to ask your boss if it's OK to stay home in bad weather

Engage PEO's Angela Rochester, Assistant General Counsel and HR Consultant, advises companies and employees on what to do if you can't make it to work due to severe weather.

“If there’s not a policy in place, address the issue with your manager or with HR. We always stress to communicate sooner rather than later; also, a good employer will communicate [any policies or guidelines] to you well in advance.”

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