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Things Your Company Should Consider as New Overtime Rules are Put on Hold

In May last year, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) released final regulations that modified certain provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Specifically, the final regulations increased the minimum salary required to be earned by an employee in order for that employee to be exempt from the FLSA overtime requirements.

While these regulations are in flux, the FLSA is here to stay! No changes have made, or even proposed, that affect the need to properly classify employees into exempt and non-exempt categories, pay overtime wages to non-exempt employees working more than 40 hours in a workweek, and a host of other FLSA requirements. And that’s just at the federal level. States and municipalities increasingly are entering the field and creating their own wage and hour requirements.

It’s natural to ask: What should my business be doing?

Join our event this Thursday with other HR execs like yourself and get critical insights on things your company should consider as the new overtime rules are put on hold.

During this webcast, you will learn about:

  • Rapidly assessing what actions to take and what actions are possible
  • Why you should start tracking time now
  • Reviewing job duties and descriptions to ensure that employees are properly classified
  • How to communicate any changes to your employees

ADP remains at the forefront of helping employers understand the complex compliance, financial, and strategic issues surrounding workforce management. Tap into our expertise to ensure you’re in the best shape possible for future reporting and regulatory updates that may come about along the way.

This webcast will be recorded and a replay link will be sent to all registrants after the webcast. So, register for the event even if you can’t attend the live session.

Join us today!

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