On June 30, 2015 the Department of Labor released its anticipated proposed modifications to the FLSA overtime protections. If approved, the substantial increase in the minimum salary required to be exempt would require millions of employees to be reclassified as “non-exempt” and paid overtime. During this webinar we will discuss the proposed regulatory changes in detail, and provide best-practices for reclassifying employees.
Thompson Coburn LLP, Labor and Employment Group
July 8, 2015
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