Employers Should Brace Themselves For Obama's OT Push

Law360, New York (March 13, 2014, 8:37 PM EDT) -- The Obama administration's push to expand the Fair Labor Standards Act's overtime protections is now official, and while it's still unclear exactly what changes the DOL will propose, employers should gear up to participate in the rule-making process and make sure they register their concerns, lawyers say. 

The president signed off on a memorandum directing the DOL to modernize and streamline rules covering the FLSA's overtime requirements, saying the current rules hadn't kept up with the economy and had left millions of Americans unprotected. The memorandum said...
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