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The federal DOL overtime regulations go into effect this year. Are you ready?


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This report includes a summary of key changes, including the salary level test and salary basis test.

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December 18, 2009
Most Employers Won't Observe December 24 as Paid Holiday

Most employers say they won't observe Thursday, December 24, 2009, as a paid holiday, according to a survey by Compensation.BLR.com and HR.BLR.com.

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Since Christmas Day falls on a Friday this year, the survey attempted to see how many employers are giving employees a four-day weekend. While the survey found that 51 percent of respondents said they won't observe December 24 as a paid holiday, 49 percent said they will.

The survey included more than 290 respondents.

Nearly all employers observe Christmas Day as a paid holiday, according to BLR's Survey of Employee Benefits.

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