The Department of Labor’s new overtime ruling set to take effect on Dec. 1st has been halted by a federal judge from Texas.
The bill would delay changes to overtime regulations – which would make any exempt employee making less than $47,476 eligible for overtime pay effective Dec. 1st – by six months.
The hearing addressed the repercussions of the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) recent overtime rule on the small business community.
Participants’ primary concerns consisted of variations in the rule’s implementation from state to state, the effects of commissions on the salary test and the necessity of logging hours.
Webinar to explain implications for mechanical and collision shops.