The New FLSA Overtime Regulations Will Not Be Postponed.
The FLSA Overtime Regulations will not be postponed.
On September 28, 2016, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 6094, the Regulatory Relief for Small Businesses, Schools, and Nonprofits Act. This Act will. If it passes the Senate and the Executive office, HR and payroll professionals can postpone the start of the Department of Labor’s Final Rule until June 1, 2017, six months past its original implementation date of Dec. 1, 2016. The President’s administration, however, has publically announced that the bill’s goal is to “delay and then deny overtime pay to workers” and that he will veto the bill. Employers should continue the process of ensuring their compliance with the new overtime rules and should proceed as though the law’s implementation will not be delayed.
So Now What?
Download our new comprehensive eBook “FLSA Overtime Rules: What You Need to Know Now to Stay Compliant” to learn what you must do to be in compliance with this regulation by Dec. 1, 2016. In this book you’ll answer questions most HR and payroll professionals are asking themselves right about now:
- Do I know which six employee types are exempt from the new FLSA rules?
- Which employee groups are not exempt?
- How do I perform the three-step salary basis test?
If you are not already 100% certain how to answer 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.