Tag Archives: Overtime Regulations

Update: DOL Overtime Ruling at a Standstill

In case you haven’t noticed, Dec. 1 has come and gone and the Department of Labor’s Overtime Rule has yet to be implemented. Why? Because on Nov. 22 a Texas judge granted an Emergency Motion for Preliminary Injunction, which prevented … Continue reading

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The Election: The Effect on Hiring Decisions

By: Brian Pitts, ITAC Founder/Managing Partner OK, I have to admit it: I’ve watched more election coverage this election cycle than all other elections combined in my lifetime—and likely by a wide margin. I blame it on the almost daily, … Continue reading

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The Impact of the DOL’s Overtime Rule

In 2014, President Obama directed the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to restructure the outdated overtime rules in an effort to make more white-collar workers eligible for extra pay when they work more than 40 hours a week. Two years … Continue reading

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Proposed Overtime Regulations Impacting Your Business in 2016 and Beyond

It’s back in the headlines; the Department of Labor (DOL) proposing new salary levels and exemptions statuses. These propositions are specifically regarding the “white collar” regulations that impact executive, administrative, professional, outside sales, computer employees, and all their employers.  At … Continue reading

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Overtime Regulations Update: The Senate Has Some Ideas of Their Own

Come November of this year, the Department of Labor (DOL) will publish proposed revisions on overtime regulations. We’ve already discussed how these regulations might play out in our economy. You remember that back in March, President Obama directed the Department … Continue reading

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Proposed Overtime Regulations: What do they mean to employers?

In the midst of proposals for an increase in minimum wage, increase in minimum tipped wages, and employers taking on new healthcare cost, comes another proposal. In early March, President Obama ordered the Labor Department to restructure rules on overtime … Continue reading

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