Authored by Abigail Cahak
Seyfarth Synopsis: The Supreme Court dealt a blow to the Department of Labor’s rulemaking procedures, criticizing the agency for explicitly changing its long-standing treatment of automobile service advisors as overtime exempt while saying “almost nothing” regarding the reasons for the abrupt change.
This week, the Supreme Court dealt a blow to the Department of Labor’s rulemaking … Continue Reading
We have harnessed a number of special avenues to connect with you regarding the new overtime rule, including our FLSA Exemption Resource Center, a live Facebook interview with USA Today and our recent testimony before the U.S. House Education and the Workforce Committee.
Now, for our latest avenue: Twitter. For those who use Twitter to keep up with current … Continue Reading
Authored by Alex Passantino
Tomorrow, the Department of Labor’s long-awaited revisions to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s white collar exemption will be announced. Although there certainly will be additional nuance identified once the entire package has been made available, here are the bottom line changes:
The new salary level required for the executive, administrative, and professional exemptions will be $913… Continue Reading