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Overtime and Regular Rate Rules Insights
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Overtime and Regular Rate Rules Insights


About this course

Watch RECORDED Session for Just $99

Recorded On: April 10, 2019

Training Duration: 75 Minutes

Access any day, anytime, unlimited times as per your convenience*

Finally!  The Department of Labor has released the long anticipated proposed overtime rules.  The proposed rules will replace the final rules that were issued during the Obama Administration that a district judge issued an injunction keeping them from being effective.  The proposed rules – if finalized – will increase the salary requirement; however, the DOL will change how an employer can meet that requirement.  In addition, the DOL has submitted proposed rules regarding what must go into the regular rate for purposes of calculating overtime.  What will the proposed rules mean for your organization?



Session highlights :

  • The duties test for managerial, professional, and administrative exemptions.
  • Proposed salary for the white collar exemptions and the highly compensated employee exemptions.
  • How the DOL will allow you to calculate the minimum salary for the exemptions.
  • Automatic increases for the future
  • Practical solutions of how to handle the change.
  • Proposed changes to calculating “regular rate”

Why you should attend-

We have been waiting on the DOL for years to submit proposed rules regarding the white collar exemptions.  They are finally here and the Trump administration is racing to finalize them before year’s end.  The public comment period is still open but there will be no extensions.   Additionally, the DOL has issued proposed rules regarding the proper to calculate the regular rate for purposes of calculating overtime for your non-exempt workers.  These changes can have a significant impact on your payroll budget.  Learn what these changes will mean and practical ways to address them.


Who Should Attend?

  • Payroll professionals
  • HR Professionals
  • Accounting Professionals
  • Tax Professionals
  • Benefits Professionals


In this Recorded Sessionyou can listen to Q&A which includes direct answer from our expert speaker.

*Instruction kit to access the session will be emailed within 6 hours.


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