Unpaid Overtime Exempt-Employees

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DOL Proposes New FLSA Test for Employee Exemptions and Issues New Guidance for Independent Contractor Classifications

What you need to know: The Department of Labor recently proposed an important change to the Fair Labor Standards Act that would significantly reduce the number of employees who are properly deemed “exempt” from the...more

How Contemplated Changes to the White-Collar Exemptions’ Duties Tests Could Reward Your Poor Performers…and What You Can Do in...

As you have no doubt heard, the Department of Labor’s Wage & Hour Division (“WHD”) has proposed revisions to the regulations defining which of your white-collar employees qualify as exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act’s...more

DOL Proposes Exempt Classification Rule

The federal Department of Labor (“DOL”) released a proposed rule to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act’s white-collar employee exemptions (i.e., executive, administrative, professional, outside sales, and computer...more

Department of Labor Proposes New Overtime Regulations

On June 30, 2015, the Department of Labor (the “DOL”) released proposed modifications to its overtime exemptions under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (the “FLSA”). The proposed revisions increase the minimum salary...more

Department of Labor Proposes Expansion of Overtime Eligibility

The U. S. Department of Labor has proposed a significant expansion in the number of employees who are eligible for overtime pay by more than doubling the minimum salary requirement needed to qualify as an exempt employee. ...more

DOL to Double Salary Test

The DOL released its long-awaited Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to update the salary requirements for the FLSA’s white collar exemptions (e.g., executive, administrative, and professional employees). Some highlights of the...more

U.S. Department of Labor to Expand Overtime Protections for “White Collar” Employees

On June 30, 2015 the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced its proposal to revise its Fair Labor and Standards Act (“FLSA) regulations to narrow the exemptions from overtime pay for most so-called “white collar” employees....more

How Insurance Industry Employers Can Navigate the New White-Collar Overtime Rules: Turning Legal Challenge Into Business...

As most insurance industry employers are probably aware by now, the Department of Labor has proposed revisions to its regulations that seek to further limit the instances in which certain employees may qualify as exempt from...more

DOL Proposed Rules Limit Overtime Exemptions

Last week, the United States Department of Labor issued its long-awaited proposed rules to broaden entitlement to overtime pay and restrict the “white collar” exemptions by increasing the minimum salary thresholds for...more

Independent Contractors And Overtime: The DOL Steps Into The Ring With Jarring New Regulations

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has recently taken a firm stance on two of the most controversial issues facing American employers: overtime compensation and misclassification of employees as independent contractors. ...more

How Healthcare Employers Can Navigate the New White-Collar Overtime Rules: Further Transition Presents Opportunities

The Department of Labor’s proposed revisions to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s overtime exemptions will impact the American workplace as much as any legal development in the past decade. Healthcare employers - whether in the...more

Department of Labor Proposes New Regulations Regarding Federal Overtime Exemptions

On July 1, 2015, the Department of Labor issued proposed regulations concerning the so-called “white collar” exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The proposed regulations have received a great deal of...more

Employment Law Newsletter - July 2015

In This Issue: - Employer Risks in Using Employment-Related Criminal Background Checks - DOL Releases Proposed Amendments to FLSA Overtime Regulations: Now is the Time to Reassess Compliance and Update Your...more

Should Employers Be Allowed to Count Nondiscretionary Bonuses Toward the FLSA’s Minimum Salary Threshold? The DOL Wants Your...

As we reported last week in “A Call to Action: The Comment Period on the new Proposed Overtime Regulations Begins,” employers have a limited window of opportunity to submit comments in response to the proposed revisions to...more

Overtime Pay Changes on the Horizon

With great fanfare, President Obama announced a plan to potentially raise the incomes of white collar employees. The proposed federal regulation would make white collar employees eligible for overtime pay after 40 hours...more

DOL Proposed Overtime Rules Raise Possibility of Expansion of Computer Professional Exemption

Last week’s announcement by the Department of Labor of proposed changes to its Part 541 overtime exemption rules appropriately focused on the huge increase to the salary test required for exempt employees. Buried within the...more

Proposed Rule Changing Overtime Regulations Is Issued by DOL

On July 6, 2015, the federal Department of Labor (DOL) published in the Federal Register a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) announcing proposed changes to the overtime pay regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act...more

Proposed Changes to the White Collar Exemptions Under the FLSA Might Make Some Employers Turn Green

On July 6, 2015, the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor (DOL) issued its proposed rule and request for comment entitled “Defining and Delimiting the Exemptions for Executive, Administrative, Professional, and...more

The DOL Proposes Rule Expanding Employees Covered by FLSA’s Overtime Protections

On June 30, 2015, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced a proposed rule that would substantially reduce the number of executive, administrative, and professional employees (white collar employees) which are currently...more

How Financial Services Employers Can Navigate the New White-Collar Overtime Rules

The Department of Labor’s proposed revisions to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s overtime exemptions will impact the American workplace as much as any legal development in the past decade. Employers will need to reexamine, and...more

A Call to Action: The Comment Period on the new Proposed Overtime Regulations Begins

On Monday July 6, 2015 the Obama Administration and U.S. Department of Labor (DOL or Department) published their proposal to revise the Part 541 overtime exemption regulations in the Federal Register, beginning the required...more

DOL Proposes Changes to White Collar Overtime Pay Exemptions

On July 6, 2015, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) formally proposed revisions to the executive, administrative, and professional (EAP) exemptions to the overtime pay requirement of the Fair Labor Standards Act. In addition,...more

DOL’s Part 541 Proposal: Next Steps

Now that the Obama Administration and U.S. Department of Labor (DOL or Department) have released its proposal to revise the Part 541 overtime regulations, it is important to understand what may be next and when we can expect...more

President Obama Proposes Major Changes to Overtime

President Barack Obama recently proposed raising the threshold for overtime salary to $50,400 in an op-ed he penned for the Huffington Post. Currently, the threshold is less than half that amount — set at $23,660 per year....more

ALERT – Department of Labor Set to Change Overtime Exemption Regulations under the FLSA

On July 6th, the Department of Labor (“DOL”) issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking with the potential to affect an untold number of employers. The proposed rule, published in the Federal Register at 80 FR 38515, drastically...more

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