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Do you have employees who are on salary? Do those employees ever work more than 40 hours in a week, for whatever reason? If the answer is yes to these questions, your world is about to get more complicated and probably more expensive.
Please stay with me. I need to get into the weeds, but just for a minute.
The current Department of Labor (DOL) overtime exemption threshold for “white-collar” employees is anyone with a salary of at least $23,666 annually, or $455 per week. Exempt means the employer…