Archive for Tag: FLSA
Proposed Overtime Rule Changes Are Back on the Table
In 2016, we talked a lot about potential changes to the overtime rules that would significantly impact employers. You may remember that ultimately a new salary threshold for the overtime exemption for “white-collar” workers was shut down by a federal court injunction in November of 2016, right before the December 1, 2016 deadline for compliance. […]
Correctly Calculating Employee Overtime Pay
Demystifying Holiday Pay
Do I Have to Pay Employees for Meal and Break Periods?
Do I Have to Pay an Employee Who Does Not Submit Their Timesheet?
Which Federal Employment Laws Apply to My Company?
New Rules for Working with Unpaid Interns
In January 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced that it would adopt a new standard for determining whether interns and students are “employees” who must be paid under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The DOL clarified that, going forward, it would abandon its six-part test and instead adopt the “primary beneficiary” test […]