By Michael Schmidt (May 30, 2017, 12:03 PM EDT) -- By now you have undoubtedly heard that there's an overtime requirement out there for nonexempt employees who work more than 40 hours in a workweek. And, there are certain "white collar" exemptions that include salary and job duties tests in order to determine whether an employee is properly classified as exempt.
You also likely know that, after years of debate and prognostication, the U.S. Department of Labor last year issued a proposed new overtime rule that increased the minimum salary threshold for the white collar exemptions, only to then have a Texas federal judge grant a nationwide injunction on Nov. 22, 2016,...
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