DOL New Proposed Overtime Rule 2019: What Has Changed & How it Impacts You?


April 30, 2019


Janette Levey Frisch

  03:00 PM ET | 02:00 PM CT | 12:00 PM PT | 60 Minutes

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Finally, we are glad to hear that the Department of Labor has released the long-awaited Proposed Overtime Rules on March 7, 2019, replacing the Obama-era overtime rules. The delay was also due to a district judge issuing an injunction in 2017 to keep the rule from being effective.

For many years, overtime and minimum wage issues have taken center stage and legislation was about to go into effect in 2017 before legal actions from some states threw a spanner in the works. As a HR professional, business owner or leader, you must be wondering what the proposed rules mean for your organization.

The DOL’s proposed legislation will update the salary threshold and consequently impact many existing rules, regulations and requirements. Compliance can be tricky; therefore, organizations need to be alert, careful and updated.

Join this webinar with employment and HR attorney, Janette Levey Frisch, to get the most up-to-date information on the DOL’s Proposed Overtime Rules for 2019 and learn what has changed and how it will impact your organization. You’ll get practical strategies to assist your company once the DOL’s overtime exemption rule becomes final.

Session Highlights:

  • New FLSA Proposed Overtime Rules 2019
  • What has changed and how these changes will impact your organization
  • Federal and state minimum wage review with most up-to-date changes
  • How organizations will need to handle minimum wage for states with higher rates than federal
  • Update on current legislative activity and what it means
  • Federal overtime requirements 2019
  • Classifying exempt vs. non-exempt
  • Regular Rate of Pay: Why it’s important and how to calculate
  • State overtime requirements
  • DOL's revisions to the federal overtime rule, including the proposed new salary test
  • How the proposed overtime rule is different, with regards to:
    • White-collar exemptions
    • Salary basis threshold
    • And other important topics
    • How the proposed rule will affect highly compensated employees

Also Includes:

  • Live Q&A session with speaker
  • PowerPoint presentation
  • Certificate of attendance

Who Will Benefit:

  • Payroll managers
  • HR managers
  • Chief financial officers (CFOs)
  • Accounting Professionals
  • Tax Professionals
  • Benefits Professionals

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