Understanding the DOL’s Proposed Overtime Regulations

Understanding the DOL’s Proposed Overtime Regulations

On August 30, the DOL proposed to significantly increase the minimum salary level to qualify for the “white collar” overtime exemptions.

Understanding the proposed overtime regulations is critical for employers. This change will likely require them to make changes to employee classification in order to remain compliant.

In this 60-minute webinar, Littler Shareholders Libby Henninger and David Jordan will:

  • Walk through the DOL’s proposal to increase the salary threshold for most employees to be considered “exempt” under federal law
  • Outline the history of the salary requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act and how we got to the DOL’s current proposal
  • Preview potential legal challenges to any final regulations
  • Advise employers on potential steps they can take in anticipation of the upcoming regulations

Additionally, Michael Worth will walk you through ComplianceHR’s Navigator Overtime. This solution provides actionable risk assessments and instant guidance to mitigate employee exemption misclassification risks.

Interested in a complimentary demonstration? Register here.

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