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Employers need to maintain competitive salaries and benefits packages in order to attract and retain top performers. The problem is companies are still trying to find a way to navigate the rocky financial waters the new economy churned up. Use this resource center as your guide to maintaining competitive compensation levels and top-notch retirement benefits.
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Remember those changes to the FLSA’s “white-collar” exemption the DOL was supposed to release this fall? Well, they’re actually going to be released in the early part of 2015.
The overtime rules under FLSA affect all forms of compensation.
Nowadays, the majority of employers use time clocks only for their non-exempt employees. After all, there’s no compensation difference for exempt employees.
A few days before the Fourth of July holiday, the DOL unveiled the highly anticipated proposed changes to the FLSA overtime exemption rules — changes that will impact employers of all stripes. Now the real work begins for HR pros.