Get Ready for FLSA Overtime Rules with our New Ebook
The Secretary of Labor updated FLSA overtime regulations on May 18, 2016 which states that starting Dec. 1, 2016, employees being paid $47,476 or less per year might qualify for overtime pay. The DOL (Department of Labor) has estimated that this amendment to FLSA rules will affect 4.2 million employees overtime eligibility. With this increase in workers now eligible for overtime, the risk of non-compliance also increases. This puts you and your company at risk of audit, at best. And at worst, fines and back wages for misclassified and underpaid employees.
But that’s not all you need to know.
Do you know which six employee-types are exempt from the new rules?
Do you know which employee groups are not exempt?
Are you aware of how to perform the three-step salary basis test?
If you answered no to any of these questions you are at great risk of non-compliance.
In this free eBook you’ll learn:
- What the 2016 FLSA amendment of overtime rules is
- Six employee-types automatically exempt from the new regulations
- Which employee-types are not exempt
- The three-step salary basis test for non-exemption
- Best practices for communicating changes
Download our new comprehensive eBook “FLSA Overtime Rules: What You Need to Know Now to Stay Compliant” and get the answers to these questions, and many more.