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U.S. Department of Labor seeking comments on revised overtime rules

from Associations Now

The Department of Labor (DOL) proposed new rules this month that would boost the salary threshold at which American workers are eligible for overtime pay. The long-awaited proposal is less aggressive than an overtime rule pushed in 2016 during the Obama administration. Under the new DOL rulemaking, employees who earn under $35,308 a year must be paid overtime if they work more than 40 hours per week. That is about 30 percent higher than the current salary threshold of $23,660 set in 2004. The proposal is now in a 60-day public comment period. more


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