Tag: overtime exemptions

DOL Finalizes New Rule for Overtime Exemptions

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced a final rule that significantly raises the salary threshold for overtime exemptions. This move marks the peak of efforts that began with a proposal in September, which faced resistance from certain Republican representatives and various business sectors.

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Is Overtime Pay for Exempt Employees Really Becoming Law?

Well, not actual overtime pay for exempt employees. But, it will feel that way when your overtime exempt workers hear this: “You may be getting a pay raise if you make less than $50,440 a year (before taxes)!”  Wait, what? About 15 million salaried overtime exempt employees who have earned about…
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