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116: NY OT Exemption Rule Change and Other Updates

Had the U.S. Department of Labor’s rule change, increasing the federal minimum, not been stayed on November 22, 2016 by a Federal judge in Texas, the New York increase wouldn’t have mattered, at least not for calendar year 2017.

New York increased their minimum salary requirement for the administrative employee overtime exemption, effective December 31, 2016. In this episode we’ll learn about a New York State Department of Labor rule change effecting all employers in the Empire state. I also want to let you know about a challenge to the City of Philadelphia’s Wage…

About the author, Thomas

I have 20 of years insurance industry experience in C-level management, focusing on all aspects of workers compensation, risk management, loss control, employee benefits, HR, payroll and professional employer organization (“PEO”) operations. Currently, I am the owner and CEO of Humanly HR, and founder and host of SmallBiz Brainiac; a podcast providing employer intelligence to small business owners.

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