7 Step Guide to Mastering the DOL Proposed Overtime Regulations
7 Step Guide to Mastering the DOL Proposed Overtime Regulations

7 Step Guide to Mastering the DOL Proposed Overtime Regulations

On May 18, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor announced its final overtime changes that will affect the Fair Labor Standards Act.

According to Paycor data, 64% of businesses are affected by this regulation.

Paycor’s 7 Step Guide to Mastering Department of Labor Final Overtime Changes helps employers understand if they are affected and the actions they need to take for this impending rule change.

Download the 7 Step Guide today to ensure you’re prepared for the next big compliance update facing organizations in 2016.

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