You may have seen overtime pay rules back in the news. What do you need to know about the changes that have been made?
On Sept. 24, the U.S. Department of Labor announced a final rule that will make 1.3 million American workers newly eligible for overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The new Overtime Pay rule goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2020, and the standard salary level will be raised from $455 to $684 a week, a move that will make all employees who earn less than $35,568 annually eligible for overtime pay of at least time-and-a-half.
Listen as Kerri Reisdorff, shareholder at Ogletree Deakins, provides details in this 60-minute webinar to help keep your facility in compliance.
Original presentation date: Oct. 24, 2019 Education points: 0.10
About the instructor
Kerri S. Reisdorff, shareholder at Ogletree Deakins, concentrates her law practice in the labor and employment arena. She earned her bachelors at the University of Nebraska and her J.D., with distinction, from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Reisdorff advises and defends clients with regard to all aspects of the employer/employee relationship, including compliance with non-discrimination statutes, the FMLA, ADA, FLSA, NLRA, and state and local employment statutes. She is also extremely committed to the Kansas City Metropolitan Area and has made civic and charitable service a priority.
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