Posts tagged Section 7(i).
USDOL has maintained a very busy agenda for the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019, but recent action plans released by the President show that we may be in for additional, significant regulatory changes in the future.
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This week the USDOL has issued a press release announcing that it will hold “listening" sessions to "gather views” on the white collar exemptions and released new Opinion Letters addressing other FLSA topics, including the 7(I) overtime exemption for certain employees of qualifying retail and service establishments.
Wage and Hour, Wage/Hour LawsTags: 13(a)(1), 207(i), 7(i), Fair Labor Standards Act, FLSA, Section 13(a)(1), Section 7(i), USDOL, USDOL Wage and Hour Division, white-collar, white-collar exemptions
Should an employer keep records of the time worked by employees who qualify for an FLSA minimum-wage and/or overtime exemption?
Exemptions And Exceptions, Recordkeeping, TimekeepingTags: FLSA, Fair Labor Standards Act, timekeeping, timekeeping for exempt employees, FMLA, Family and Medical Leave Act, timekeeping under the FMLA, Section 7(i), timekeeping under Section 7(i)
The FLSA's Section 7(i) might provide an alternative for retailers for whom the coming "white collar" exemption revisions present difficulties.
Compliance, Exemptions And Exceptions, Overtime Compensation, Pay Plans, Proposed RegulationsTags: Fair Labor Standards Act, FLSA, 7(i), Section 7(i), 207(i), commission exemption, commission exception, commissioned employees, retail commissioned employees, retail, retailer, commissions, retail or service establishment, retail establishment, service establishment, alternative pay plans
More than ever, retailers are being squeezed between rising costs (including labor expense) and sagging revenue. What if there was a lawful way to compensate retail employees that gives them a stake in working to increase sales while at the same time eliminating the need to pay overtime? There is such an alternative, but many employers are overlooking it.