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FLSA Overtime Ruling Update

10/23/2019| Reference Number : 71.3| DOL, Overtime, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) | | Return|

After two years of anticipation, the Department of Labor (DOL) published its Final Rule updating the threshold for overtime pay effective January 1, 2020. This 2019 Final Rule comes on the heels of a previous attempt to update overtime pay thresholds in 2016 during the Obama Administration. The 2016 Final Rule that was placed under a nation-wide injunction by a Texas Federal Judge, and then invalidated by President Trump after he assumed office. Many, including the DOL, hope this one is
here to stay. So, what’s next?

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