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How to Determine if Employees Qualify for FLSA Administrative Exemption

Posted on Aug 19, 2021 7:15:00 AM by John Duval

When classifying employees according to Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) guidelines, there are several possible criteria for exemption, so you must consider each position carefully. 

Unfortunately, there is no shortcut for determining FLSA classifications. But when you understand how to apply the relevant criteria to your workforce, you can make more accurate decisions about employee eligibility for overtime and other FLSA entitlements.

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How to Determine if Your Employees Meet the FLSA Learned Professional Exemption

Posted on Jul 14, 2021 8:15:00 AM by John Duval

Since it was first enacted in 1938, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has set the federal standard for working hours and pay. The Department of Labor (DOL) enforces the FLSA’s stringent guidelines for determining employee eligibility for overtime pay, and it is critical that you are familiar with the recent changes to some of these guidelines.

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FLSA Statute of Limitations, Overtime Rules, & What to Know

Posted on May 18, 2021 8:00:00 AM by John Duval

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has regulated employee overtime eligibility for decades. However, recent changes require a second look at how your organization classifies employees and calculates overtime pay.

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FLSA executive exemption: how do you know who qualifies?

Posted on Sep 19, 2017 10:00:00 AM by John Duval

The Fair Labor Standards Act set what we know as the 40-hour workweek and established work standards like minimum wage requirements, child labor laws, and overtime pay. While Congress set these standards back in 1938, employers are still accountable to them today. Wage levels and salary thresholds have changed over the years, but the basics of the act still hold true. As an employer or HR manager, keeping up with the many aspects of compliance can feel like a full-time job. That’s why we’ve been working hard to educate you on the various aspects of the FLSA from classifying employees to determining exemptions.

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What ever happened to the FLSA overtime rule?

Posted on Jul 18, 2017 10:00:00 AM by John Duval

The Obama-era FLSA changes to overtime rules have seen nothing short of a rollercoaster in the past year. In an emergency injunction, a Texas federal judge halted the FLSA overtime rule that would have increased the salary level for non-exempt employees to $47,476 per year ($913 per week) beginning December 1, 2016. At the first of the new year, the Department of Labor (DOL) filed a motion to stop the lawsuit—but was denied. The DOL went on to receive three extensions, giving them until June 30, 2017 to file a reply brief.

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ACA Repeal Vote Delayed, Employee Benefits & Latest HR News

Posted on Jul 6, 2017 1:15:00 PM by John Duval

 June marked the official beginning of summer—but that has not slowed down the happenings in the world of Human Resources. In our June edition of the HR Roundup, we’re bringing you news from Capitol Hill, the Department of Labor, and our friends at SHRM. So grab a limeade, and read about the latest workplace regulation updates and HR trends.

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Bills Pass the House, FTC advises HR & Class of 2017 News

Posted on May 30, 2017 9:30:00 AM by John Duval

What’s happening in the world of HR this month? Congress has been busy developing, refining, and voting on bills in the House. The political landscape is keeping everyone on their toes, especially employers and HR managers. Many of the matters facing Senate vote will have a large impact on businesses and their employees—so it’s important for HR to stay in the know. Read on for this month’s HR Roundup, full of HR news and updates.

And congrats, Class of 2017. There’s good news in store for you!

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[HR Roundup] Ban the Box is Back, McDonald's "Snaplications" + More HR News

Posted on May 2, 2017 9:00:00 AM by John Duval

It's time for another HR Roundup of the latest HR news and trends. This month, we review the Trump administration's rule to stabilize the ACA marketplace and New Jersey Senator's reintroduced Fair Chance Act, also known as the "Ban the Box" rule. We also take a look at the controversy surrounding the GOP's Working Families Flexibility Act and the latest Snapchat trend to hit HR and hiring. 

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[HR Roundup] ACA stays, Uber's nightmare + what's ahead for the FLSA

Posted on Apr 4, 2017 9:00:00 AM by John Duval

What’s been happening in the world of HR lately? Honestly, what hasn’t? If you’ve been keeping an eye on the news and compliance issues, you know plenty has been going—and it seems to be constantly changing. In our latest HR Roundup, we look at where we are with the FLSA overtime rule, how employers are evolving with workplace trends, what we can learn from Uber’s HR nightmare, and who has got the best company culture in America—and the ACA is sticking around too.

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HR Roundup: ACA Alternatives, FLSA Brief Extension + More HR News

Posted on Feb 8, 2017 8:45:00 AM by John Duval

We can all agree that 2017 has turned out to be quite a year so far. A lot remains in question after our nation transitioned leadership on January 20. Will the overtime rule go into effect? Will the ACA be repealed? How long until workers with visas can return to their homes and how will that affect businesses? As employers and HR managers, it may be hard to know the next steps for your company. Keep reading our HR Roundup for January, full of the HR news and trends that kicked off 2017.

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