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June 07, 2016

HR Article Roundup — Overtime Rule Change: June 7, 2016

HR Article Roundup — Overtime Rule Change: June 7, 2016

By Kit Dickinson on June 07, 2016

Human Resources and Payroll News June 2016 - overtime rule change

The DOL announced the highly anticipated overtime rule changes that affect 4.2 million workers nationwide. As businesses rush against the clock to become compliant, we’ve collected some of the best articles on the web to help you prepare for the December 1st deadline.

Take a look at these latest articles.

What Are the FLSA Overtime Changes?

Via ADP. ADP has compiled a set of tools and resources in one place to give you everything you need to know about the FLSA’s changes and how they impact your business.

Device Management and the New Overtime Rule

Via SHRM. Employees who use smartphones work longer hours. What does that mean for tracking overtime under the new rule change?

5 Rules Surrounding One OT Concession DOL Gave Employers

Via HR Morning. As unpopular as the new overtime rule is among employers, the DOL did give businesses a concession that may be helpful. But there are rules for using the concession. Get the details here.

Video: DOL Releases Final Regulations on 'White Collar' Exemptions

Via American Payroll Association.There are three major elements to the “white collar” exemptions from the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) an employee must meet in order to qualify for an exemption. Get details here.

Overtime Rule Curator Weil ‘Raring to Go' on Next Phase

Via Bloomberg BNA. What are WHD Administrator David Weil’s next plans now that the overtime rule change has been announced, and how will they impact your business?

Here’s What You Need To Be Doing NOW To Be Ready For The New OT Rules

Via ERE Media. Now that the DOL has officially revamped the nation’s overtime rules, employers can’t afford to sit on the sidelines and wait to comply until the deadline approaches. Here’s what you should be doing right now to prepare.

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