New Federal Overtime Rules--How Has Industry Been Affected?
A New Look at the 2016 Fair Labor Standards Act Rules for Overtime Pay
Last year, the US Department of Labor briefly put into effect a rule raising the salary requirements for exempt employees to $47,476 annually, more than doubling the previous levels. That rule was immediately suspended by a federal court. Now, the new Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta says he will not enforce that rule. He is taking a new look at the issue. NNA will provide feedback. We need your help. Please tell us how the rules would have affected you. We also seek your opinion on new rules.
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