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A huge change to wage-and-hour law is coming...

New Overtime Rules

The New Overtime Rules: How to Comply,
How to Prepare

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The New Overtime Rules: How to Comply, How to Prepare

Find out what these changes mean for your organization.

Employers are about to be hit with the biggest change to U.S. wage-and-hour law in more than a decade. Will your organization be ready to comply?

Don't get caught flat-footed by the U.S. Department of Labor's highly controversial rewrite of the overtime exemption rules. A hefty increase in the salary threshold (currently $23,660 per year), plus changes to the duties test will mean millions more employees would become eligible for overtime.

In The New Overtime Rules: How to Comply, How to Prepare, attorney Anniken Davenport provides a clear explanation of these new rules, plus practical advice on how your organization should respond and prepare.

When the DOL last tried to revise the FLSA exemption regulations in 2004, overtime lawsuits exploded nationwide. Experts say that trend is likely to continue when the complex new FLSA regulations hit the streets.

Learn the nuts and bolts of the new rules, plus get answers to strategic questions like:

  • Should you convert exempt workers to hourly status rather than pay increased weekly base salary?
  • How should you deal with new stringent exempt classifications that require more time spent on management, less on menial but necessary tasks? Can you even track menial versus management work?
  • When should you add bonuses and other incentives to base pay to meet new minimum weekly base salary?
  • Should you lower the hourly equivalent rates of pay for formerly exempt workers to make up for new overtime hours?
  • Should you rewrite your job descriptions? If so, how?
  • Should you hire part-time employees in lieu of paying full-time workers overtime?
  • Are you prepared for increased recordkeeping?
  • How will more hourly positions impact your recruiting efforts — can you hire more professional independent contractors to perform exempt work at lower rates?

Your executive team will expect you to understand what the DOL rules say, what they mean and how your organization should respond. Learn how to comply with these all-important overtime rules and restructure your compensation in the most legally safe and financially sound way. Get your copy of The New Overtime Rules now!


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