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Employment Law Alert: Will You Need to Pay Overtime to Your Salaried Workforce?

New Questions Arise as the Federal Minimum Salary Levels for Exempt Employees Will More Than Double on December 1, 2016 - The U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) has issued new regulations which increase the minimum salary...more

FAQs on the Final Overtime Regulations

On May 18, the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Wage and Hour Division released the new final overtime rule. The new minimum salary level for the executive, administrative, and professional employee exemptions under the Fair...more

The New Overtime Rule: Yes, It Really Is Happening – Are You Ready?

The Department of Labor has issued its final rule revising the overtime regulations for "white collar workers" and the rule goes into effect December 1, 2016 - just four months away. This webinar will explain the new rule,...more

When Reclassifying Employees from Exempt to Non-Exempt, Don’t Forget the Wage Theft Prevention Act Notices

Employers in New York are familiar with the requirement, imposed by the Wage Theft Prevention Act, that every new hire must be provided with notice of their rate of pay (including overtime rate of pay if applicable), how the...more

[Webinar] The New Overtime Rule: Yes, It Really Is Happening - Are You Ready? - July 21st, 1:30p.m. EDT

The Department of Labor has issued its final rule revising the overtime regulations for "white collar workers" and the rule goes into effect December 1, 2016 - just four months away. This webinar will explain the new rule,...more

U.S. Department of Labor's New Federal Overtime Regulations: How it May Affect You

As you may be aware, the Department of Labor recently issued new overtime regulations that will significantly affect salaried employees and their classification as exempt (i.e., not entitled to overtime pay) under the Fair...more

Time to Act - Employers Have Fewer than Six Months to Comply With New Federal Overtime Exemption Rule

On May 18, 2016, the United States Department of Labor (“DOL”) announced its much-anticipated final overtime exemption rule under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), as tasked to do by President Obama in 2014. The DOL...more

Supreme Court Declines to Give Chevron Deference to Agency Regulation that Departed from Prior Agency Practice

On June 20, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 6-2 opinion in Encino Motorcars, LLC v. Navarro et al., holding that the U.S. Department of Labor (Labor Department) was not entitled to receive Chevron deference with respect...more

The Supreme Court Shoots Down DOL Regulations, But Declines To Rule Whether Service Advisors are Exempt From Overtime Pay...

Yesterday, the United States Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in the Encino Motorcars, LLC v. Navarro case, that many hoped would resolve the issue as to whether Service Advisors at auto dealerships are exempt...more

U.S. Department of Labor’s New Overtime Rules Announced

That rumbling you may have felt this week wasn’t another Oklahoma earthquake. It was the reaction of employers to the new overtime regulations just released by the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”). Set to take effect December...more

DOL's final rule increases minimum salary for overtime exemptions

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) generally requires employers to pay employees at least the federal minimum wage and overtime compensation for all hours worked over 40 in a workweek. Overtime pay must be at least 1½ times...more

Best in Law: Act Now on New OT Rule

The U.S. Department of Labor recently updated the regulations governing which executive, administrative and professional employees (“white collar workers”) are entitled to the Fair Labor Standard Act’s minimum wage and...more

Struggling with the New Overtime Rule?  Here is One Compensation Option for Newly Non-Exempt Employees

In response to the final overtime rule, which increases the minimum salary level to qualify for the white collar exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), employers must begin to evaluate and alter their current...more

The New Overtime Regulations: How Will They Affect Your Workplace? (Part 2)

New overtime regulations unveiled by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) on May 18, 2016 will affect approximately 4.2 million currently “exempt” workers. Unless their salaries are increased to at least $913/week, these...more

Employment Law Commentary, May 2016

The New Federal Overtime Regulations: Are You Ready? - On May 18, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued its Final Rule updating its regulations to increase the salary threshold required to qualify for the...more

What you need to know about the new FLSA overtime rules

The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced that there will be significant changes to its overtime rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). These new rules are expected to affect over 4.2 million employees and...more

U.S. Department Of Labor Issues Final Overtime Exemption Rule

On May 18, 2016, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) published its final overtime rule, which significantly changes the nature of who will qualify as salaried exempt employees under the executive, administrative, and...more

FLSA Morale Nightmare: Dealing With The “New Non-Exempt”

My first job out of college was as a non-exempt clerical, and I wasn’t a very “good fit.” The work aside, I chafed at the rigid rules about start times-stop times-breaks-lunch hours-quitting times. If there was some work that...more

Employer Concerns About The New Overtime Exemption Rules Aren't A Myth

Every economist knows that there’s no such thing as a free lunch. That’s as true in the labor market as in any other area of the economy, but you’d hardly know that by reading the DOL’s publications promoting its new overtime...more

Department of Labor Doubles Salary Basis Test for Overtime Exemption

In 2014, President Obama signed a Presidential Memorandum directing the Department of Labor (DOL) to update the regulations defining which workers are protected by the Fair Labor Standard Act's (FSLA) minimum wage and...more

$15 is the New $10: California’s Minimum Wage Increase, and the Balancing Act with the New Federal Salary Threshold for Exempt...

We recently blogged about the U.S. Department of Labor’s dramatic increase in the salary threshold for exempt employees. The federal changes put California in the unusual position of having (at least as to one corner of the...more

CLIENT ALERT: Department of Labor Publishes Final Changes to Overtime Requirements Under the Fair Labor Standards Act

On May 18, 2016, President Obama and Department of Labor Secretary Perez announced the publication of the Department of Labor’s (“DOL”) final rule amending important overtime regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act...more

The Final Overtime Rule – Is It Really That Simple?

In This Presentation: •How Did We Get Here? •The Overtime Rule: Four Changes You Must Know •Misunderstandings About the Final Rule •Opposition to the Final Rule •Seven Steps Employers Should Take Now Please...more

Residence Hall Directors Under The New FLSA Exemption Rules

One of the issues that colleges and universities are struggling with under the new FLSA overtime exemption rules is how to compensate residence hall directors. While responsibilities vary from institution to institution,...more

New Wage and Hour Requirements for Certain Employees of Manufacturers

In May, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) published its amended regulation regarding the so-called “White Collar” exemption from the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). As a result, manufacturers may either have to boost...more

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