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Overtime Exemption Law to be Updated in Spring 2019
Overtime Exemption Law to be Updated in Spring 2019

The Department of Labor has indicated that as early as March of 2019, new rules will be issued concerning the overtime exemption under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The proposed changes have been on hold for nearly two years and involve qualifications necessary to be ...

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