April 24, 2019
The New, Proposed Overtime Rule: Another Call to Shape Public Policy
Here we go again! On March 27th the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) published the new, proposed overtime rule. The public has 60 days to submit comments. This new, proposed rule follows the DOL’s similar efforts in 2016, when a judge blocked implementation of the previous final rule, just days before that new rule was scheduled to take effect. Then, on March 28th, the DOL issued another proposed rule regarding the “regular” rate of pay and how that should be defined. In 2016, your webcast facilitator, Christine V. Walters, JD, MAS, SHRM-SCP, SPHR had the honor of testifying before Congress about the impact the new rule overtime rule would have had. You can read the current 219-page draft, proposed rule here. And/or, you can join this interactive and engaging program as these latest variations, including and not limited to:
- the new minimum salary threshold for classifying an employee as exempt;
- how to calculate the fiscal impact of the proposed rule to develop your business case (including an FLSA calculator);
- what is new in the proposed definition of an employee’s “regular” rate of pay;
- talking points that may be used in submitting comments to the DOL as well as your members of Congress; and
To register, click here and then on the “View Session Recordings” tab in the upper right corner.
This program is pre-approved by SHRM and by HRCI for 1.25 Business credits. $25 per person.