Changes in the rules that determine which employees are exempt from overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) take effect on December 1, 2016. Employers need to understand these changes thoroughly, because employees who were exempt from overtime before the changes might be non-exempt now. The articles and tools linked below will serve as a guide, and will help help you audit your organization's jobs to determine whether they fall within the exempt or nonexempt categories of the FLSA's new regulations. As reported below, noncompliance with the new rules can prove very costly.

New Overtime Regulations Special Report

This report provides an examination of the final overtime regulations. Get your organization in compliance today!

Download the special report.

HR Works podcast: New Overtime Regs Create Tough Decisions for Employers

On May 18, the U.S Department of Labor (DOL) released long-awaited changes to the overtime regulations—the first major changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) since 2004. Here to help explain the changes and their impact on employers is attorney Judy Kramer of Fortney Scott, LLC.

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