Posts from December 2016.
Employers are required to select and document at least one "workweek" that will apply to employees treated as falling within some FLSA exemptions.
The U.S. Department of Labor's internal "policy" regarding FLSA liquidated damages remains unclear and undisclosed.
Perhaps the conditions are right for a coalition drawn from employees, employers, and government representatives to wrestle the FLSA into the 21st century.
Coverage, Exemptions And Exceptions, Hours Worked, Legislation, Overtime Compensation, TimekeepingTags: bonuses, enterprise coverage, Exemptions And Exceptions, FLSA exemptions, FLSA interpretations, FLSA opinions, opinion letters, opinions, overtime compensation, regular rate, regular rate of pay, timekeeping
The U.S. Department of Labor has appealed last week's court order that prevented the salary-related changes in the FLSA's "white collar" exemptions from taking effect today.
Administrative Exemption, Computer Employees, Executive Exemption, Exemptions And Exceptions, Final Regulations, Professional Exemption, Salary BasisTags: $913, administrative exemption, computer professional, executive exemption, Exemptions And Exceptions, professional exemption, salary level, salary test, salary threshold, salary-test increase, USDOL Appeal, white-collar exemptions