Some states aren’t waiting for feds to update OT rules

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Not content to wait on the federal Dept. of Labor (DOL) to update exempt/nonexempt OT rules, the state of Washington announced this week it’s moving ahead with consideration of a new limit of $80,000, more than three times the current salary exemption level of $23,660.


The proposed rules being finalized by the state would be phased in starting next year, unless changes are made during the coming public comment period.

By 2026, a salaried executive, administrative or professional worker would have to be making nearly $80,000 per year to be exempt from overtime pay after working more than 40

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