The U.S. Department of Labor’s new overtime wage rule will take effect in December. The law will expand eligibility for overtime pay to workers making less than $47,476 a year.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s new overtime wage rule will take effect in December. The law will expand eligibility for overtime pay to workers making less than $47,476 a year.

Supporters say it offers a reprieve from stagnant wages and an overburdened workforce. Best intentions aside, detractors believe the new overtime wage law is anti-business. Either way, businesses have to prepare to meet the U.S. Department of Labor’s Dec. 1 deadline that increases salary limits that exempt employees from overtime wages. What’s happening? The new […]

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