New DOL overtime rule: Implications and workarounds

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On July 1, the Department of Labor’s new rule on overtime takes effect. The impact could be far reaching. In early June, Republicans in Congress launched an effort to block the rule.

Meanwhile, our team nationwide is working with clients to help them understand the rule, its implications and the workarounds to ensure a stable and steady workforce.

The new rule increases the pay levels at which a salaried employee becomes exempt from the requirement to pay overtime. Currently, a salaried employee making $35,568 per year ($684 per week) or more is not eligible for overtime. Under the new rule,

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