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27Mar

Overtime and Minimum Wage Changes Propoosed by U.S. Department of Labor

Many remember the 2016 Obama era rule from the U.S. Dept. of Labor (US DOL) that sought to more than
double the threshold for overtime pay by employers. That rule was contested in federal court and was
ultimately withdrawn by the Trump administration. The U.S. Department of Labor is now again proposing a
new rule that would increase the overtime pay threshold and the number of workers eligible for
overtime pay and minimum wage. 

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