28 11, 2016

Update: New Overtime Rules Temporarily Halted

2016-11-28T14:35:58+00:00

As of November 22, 2016,  a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction that temporarily halts the new overtime regulations from taking effect on December 1, 2016.   What does this mean for Employers?      For right now, the overtime rules will remain the same. Which means that employers do not need to pay overtime [...]

24 08, 2016

What is with the New Overtime Rules?

2016-11-15T11:08:41+00:00

By: Melonie Geddes Television shows have often romanticized long days and late nights spent finalizing an advertising pitch or preparing legal briefs for the big court case, and the spark of an idea fueled by lack of sleep and a hundred cups of java, that won over the client and landed the big deal.  But [...]

20 05, 2016

New Overtime Rules: Update for Small Business and Non-Profits

2016-11-15T18:19:30+00:00

The long awaited changes from the Department of Labor (DOL) to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) were issued on May 18, 2016 and will likely have a big impact on business, particularly small businesses and non-profits.  The changes to the FLSA are effective December 1, 2016 giving employers 6 months to make any necessary [...]

11 07, 2015

Changes to Overtime Pay- Who’s exempt and nonexempt?

2016-09-27T14:47:30+00:00

This week the Department of Labor (DOL) announced a proposed rule to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The rule would necessitate a change in how employers classify employees between Exempt and Non-Exempt. Most importantly, many employees who were previously not eligible for overtime pay would now be eligible for overtime under the proposed rule [...]