UPDATE: UPCOMING OVERTIME RULE CHANGES BLOCKED
UPDATE: UPCOMING OVERTIME RULE CHANGES BLOCKED

On November 22, a federal judge in Texas, District Court Judge Mazzant blocked the Department of Labor’s Overtime Rule Change from taking effect on the proposed date of December 1. The judge agreed with arguments posed from states and business groups and issued an ’11th hour’ injunction that prevents the rule from being implemented on December 1.

DOL OVERTIME RULES ARE CHANGING! WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO STAY COMPLIANT.
DOL OVERTIME RULES ARE CHANGING! WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO STAY COMPLIANT.

The Department of Labor doubled the salary threshold for employees to qualify as exempt (not entitled to overtime) from $23,000 to more than $47,000 a year. Employees covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) will be entitled to overtime pay. All employers must comply by December 1, 2016.

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR DOUBLES OVERTIME PAY REQUIREMENTS
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR DOUBLES OVERTIME PAY REQUIREMENTS

The Department of Labor just published revisions to the overtime exemption regulations that are expected to cause more than 4 million workers to lose their exempt status. Department of Labor is more than doubling the minimum weekly salary level for employees to be exempt from FLSA overtime under the “White Collar” exemptions.