Authored by attorney Neil Lowenstein
Earlier this year, the Department of Labor (DOL) published new proposed rules for FLSA overtime requirements. The following are some important items to note from the proposal:
There may be some changes to these proposed rules. However, if there are not, these proposed rules will go into effect in 2016. For more information about these changes or any other employment law matter, please contact us.
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