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Overtime Exemption

The 60-Day Countdown to Compliance

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Final Rule changing the “white collar” overtime requirements takes effect January 1, 2020. What’s your plan to be in compliance by the deadline? Do you want to make changes but need more guidance? Will you be dealing with overtime compliance while juggling open enrollment? With 60 days to go, the…

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On-Demand MasterClass: Auditing for Overtime Compliance ($199)

The United States Department of Labor’s much-awaited changes to the “white collar” overtime regulations are finally here, and are effective January 1, 2020. Compliance-minded employers will want to immediately evaluate their population of overtime-exempt employees in order to devise a strategy for compliance in time to meet the DOL’s ambitious effective date. During this 90-minute…

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BREAKING NEWS: The New DOL Rules on Overtime Are Finally Here

The United States Department of Labor’s much-awaited changes to the “white collar” overtime regulations are finally here, are “finally final” and will take effect on January 1st, 2020. With only 99 days until January 1st, overtime compliance is now ON THE CLOCK! Join us now to hear former DOL Wage and Hour Administrator and CHR…

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Tammy’s Top 10 Q&A’s (The Wage & Hour Trifecta)

What if an exempt employee is on intermittent FMLA and works part time at home? Do we have to pay her full paycheck? Unpaid FMLA is an exception from the salary basis “no pay docking” rule. Under 29 CFR 541.602(b) (7): “An employer is not required to pay the full salary for weeks in which…

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