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Recordkeeping: What you must keep – and for how long

The trouble with recordkeeping at a lot of companies: You don’t know how complete your records are until you get involved in litigation or an audit. But by then, it’s often too late to fill in [...]

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11 remarkable overtime rule tips from DOL insider

Turns out there’s more to the FLSA’s overtime exemption rule changes (and salary threshold) than meets the eye. A former DOL administrator recently opened a lot of employers’ eyes with what she [...]

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DOL’s final overtime rule moves forward: What’s next?

Get ready: The DOL’s final rule revising the white-collar overtime exemption regulations has advanced. So employers now have a pretty good idea of when it’ll go into effect.  The DOL just sent [...]

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OT rule might be released in spring … or summer … or maybe spring, DOL says

The DOL keeps changing its tune on when it’ll release the final revisions to the overtime exemption rules.  The agency’s final rule will be kind of a big deal. So employers really want an [...]

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DOL quietly drops big news on new overtime rules

The DOL’s been pretty quiet about what it’s doing behind the scenes about changing the overtime exemption rules and salary threshold. But it has finally spoken.  This week, at the American Bar [...]

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DOL quietly drops big news on new overtime rules

The DOL’s been pretty quiet about what it’s doing behind the scenes about changing the overtime exemption rules and salary threshold. But it has finally spoken.  This week, at the American Bar [...]

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The next costly HR headache: Workers’ comp to double

It never ends. You’re already trying to comply with Obamacare. Then, you’ll have to deal with the DOL’s new overtime exemption rule changes. What’s next?  A wave of workers’ compensation claims, [...]

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OT lawsuits: When signed time sheets aren’t enough to protect you

When is asking employees to sign off on their time sheets before they’re submitted to Payroll for processing not enough to protect you from an overtime lawsuit? When this happens.  Here’s when [...]

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DOL issues new OT rules: What you need to know, what they’ll cost

The wait is finally over. The DOL just released its proposed revisions to the FLSA overtime exemption rules. Now you can start prepping for the fallout, which will be dramatic.  For months, the [...]

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Reminder: The states are looking at your pay practices, too

Just a reminder: It’s not just the feds who are on the lookout for wage and hour violators — it’s state authorities, too. Case in point: New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced [...]

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