More Posts on Overtime
What You Need to Know About Impending New Overtime Regulations
Proactive companies have an opportunity to audit employee pay classifications and prepare for the regulations should they take effect.
This is What You Need to Do in the Wake of the Overtime Injunction
Even if the rule does not go forward, taking the time to review duties and employment status at your company can still benefit you.
Judge Blocks Obama Rule Extending Overtime Pay to 4.2 Million Workers
It was expected to touch nearly every sector of the U.S. economy and have the greatest impact on nonprofit groups, retail companies, hotels and restaurants.
The Legal Implications of Expecting Employees to Work After Hours
Hard-charging bosses often email employees in the evening. Employees increasingly wonder why they aren't paid for answering.
New Overtime Rules Boost Interest in Scheduling Software
New worker-friendly rules on overtime, paid sick leave and predictable schedules have employers reevaluating their shift-scheduling and time-and-attendance software.
Here's What Happens When Salaried Employees Become Hourly
The Department of Labor's new overtime rule goes into effect in December. What will the effect be on your workplace?
Here's How the New Overtime Rules Will Affect Entrepreneurs
You have options but, one way or the other, the cost is going up to keep your lesser-paid employees on the job longer than 40 hours.
Warehouse Workers Accuse Target of Not Paying Overtime, File Lawsuit
The lawsuit seeks class action status for misclassifying a position as exempt from overtime.
Do You Have a Plan to Survive the Proposed Overtime Rules?
One thing politicians seem to forget is that when they change the rules to try to force higher pay, the money has to come from somewhere.