Tag Archives: White Collar Exemption

Court Blocks Overtime Rule; Employers Off the Hook on December 1 Changes (For Now)

Yesterday, a federal judge in Texas issued a temporary nationwide injunction preventing the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) overtime rule from taking effect on December 1. We discussed both the lawsuit and the final rule previously, and also provided a Q&A about these changes.… Continue reading this entry

Do Not Overlook FLSA Duties in Light of New Salary Requirements

The upcoming change to salary requirements to the so-called “white collar” overtime exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has garnered a lot of attention. However, even with a strong emphasis on the changes to the salary requirement, employers should not lose focus on the duties portion of the test. The white collar exemptions … Continue reading this entry

Is Final Rule on White Collar Exemptions a Hidden Opportunity for Employers?

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It is no secret that last summer the Department of Labor (DOL) proposed substantial amendments to the white collar exemption regulations. Namely, the DOL proposed raising the minimum salary threshold from $23,660 to $50,440 and to automatically increase the salary threshold on an annual basis based on inflation or other factors. Well, the amended rules … Continue reading this entry