Yesterday, a federal judge blocked the Department of Labor’s regulation to increase the salary threshold for an employee to be exempt from overtime pay.
This means that the new regulation requiring a salary of $47,476.00 will not take effect on December 1, 2016. For the time being, the salary threshold of $23,660.00 will remain in place.
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