Take Away: Effective December 1, 2016, the minimum salary that employees must be paid to qualify for the white collar or the highly compensated exemptions to the FLSA overtime requirements will increase substantially.Read More
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Last week, we wrote to you about the 2015-2016 term cases that have been decided. Here is a preview of cases for private sector employers to watch, decisions for which are still pending.Read More
The Supreme Court, in a class action involving compensation for “donning and doffing” ruled in favor of the employees, ending hopes that the Court would put additional curbs on class actions. In fact, the Court opened the door to expanded use of statistics to prove liability in FLSA cases.Read More
The Obama Administration’s controversial new white collar overtime rules have gone to the Office of Management and Budget for approval. This is the final obstacle to making the regulations public and start the implementation process.Read More
Overview: The current changes proposed by the DOL are significant and can have an extensive financial impact. Supporters of the change argue that increasing the thresholds will raise salaries for millions of workers now considered exempt by mandating overtime pay for them.Read More