Are You Calculating FLSA Overtime Correctly?

How to properly calculate FLSA overtime to ensure compliance with new FLSA regulations going into effect on December 1, 2016 is uppermost in the minds of HR managers and small business owners across the country. The updates to the FLSA regulations mandate that salaried employees making up to $913 a week/$47,476…

The New FLSA Overtime Rule Is Coming. Is Your Business Ready?

Big changes are coming on December 1, 2016 as a new rule under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) will alter the way in which compensation is calculated for many employees. As the deadline looms, it is imperative that employers understand which of their employees will be affected by the rule changes and what…

Is Your Company Affected By The New FLSA Overtime Rule Changes?

Are you ready for the new FSLA overtime rule changes for salaried employees that go into effect December 1, 2016? Now is the time to prepare your company and your employees for potential changes to avoid penalties, as well as frustrated employees. Is your company affected? (more…)

How the FLSA Overtime Rule Could Be a Hard Hit for Your Company

It was in an ice cream plant that Joe Biden announced the release of the Department of Labor’s (DOL) highly-anticipated rule that will increase the annual salary threshold for the overtime exemption to $47,476. He was quoted to say “The rules we’re putting in place today will benefit workers.” (more…)

Preparing for the FLSA Overtime Rule: What HR Professionals Need to Do

If you are an HR professional, I’m sure you are waiting anxiously for the release of the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) final changes to the FLSA overtime exemptions. It’s going to be a tough transition and will potentially cost employers a lot of money, but the revised standard will also create…

How Is SHRM Taking Action On The FLSA Overtime Rules?

In our last post, we discussed the strong stance that SHRM has against the new FLSA Overtime Rule. (more…)

What FLSA Overtime Rule Means For Your Company

In our last article, we talked briefly about what the FLSA Overtime Rule was and also discussed some of the logistics behind legislation making this monumental move. (more…)

Fast Facts About The New FLSA Overtime Rule

You may have heard that the The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)  has recently published massive changes to the overtime rule that will make approximately 4.2 million currently exempt employees eligible for overtime pay later this year. Most employers are classifying their employees as either hourly or salary and this could…