[INFOGRAPHIC] DOL Proposed Overtime Rule Changes You Need to Know
[INFOGRAPHIC] DOL Proposed Overtime Rule Changes You Need to Know

[INFOGRAPHIC] DOL Proposed Overtime Rule Changes You Need to Know

In June 2015, the Department of Labor proposed revised regulations that affect the Fair Labor Standards Act’s “white collar” overtime exemptions. The proposed regulations would increase the salary threshold needed to qualify for overtime exemption from $455/week ($23,600 per year) to $970/week ($50,440/year).

We've created the infographic below to help employers not only understand how the changes could affect them, but also what actions they can take to best help their business and ensure they are fairly compensating their employees.

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[INFOGRAPHIC] DOL Overtime Rule Changes You Need to Know

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