• 84 Days and Counting - Is Your Company Prepared For The New Overtime Rule?
  • September 14, 2016 | Author: Christopher R. Fontan
  • Law Firm: Brunini, Grantham, Grower & Hewes, PLLC - Jackson Office
  • By now, I’m sure everyone is aware of (or at least heard of) the U.S. Department of Labor’s upcoming changes to the Overtime Rules contained in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Brunini’s Labor & Employment Newsletter Subscribers have received numerous updates over the past year, alerting them to the pending change and its potential implications:
    • http://www.brunini.com/update-u-s-department-of-labor-releases-proposed-rule-to-expand-employee-overtime-eligibility/
    • http://www.brunini.com/u-s-department-of-labors-final-overtime-rule-not-expected-in-2nd-half-of-2016/
    • http://www.brunini.com/ready-expanded-employee-overtime-eligibility/
    • http://www.brunini.com/department-labor-announces-increase-wage-hour-penalties-employers/
    Knowing about the upcoming change is one thing - being prepared for the change is something else altogether. The New Rule is scheduled to go into effect on December 1, 2016. That’s just 84 days from today. Has your organization taken the steps to be in compliance with the New Rule when it goes into effect?