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DOL Rolls Back Its 2016 FLSA Overtime Rule

Picture of overtime pay document with pin and glasses.Today, July 26, 2017, the Department of Labor issued a Request for Information seeking notice and comment from the public before issuing revised proposed regulations regarding the minimum salary level required to meet the executive, administrative, and salary level exemption from the overtime requirement. As discussed in previous blogs, the DOL issued regulations last year … Continue Reading

Breaking: Department of Labor Withdraws Guidance on Joint Employment, Independent Contractors

US Department of LaborAs this blog previously covered here and here, the United States Department of Labor under President Obama cracked down on misclassification of workers as independent contractors and broadly interpreted who was considered a “joint employer.” Today, new U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta announced that the DOL would withdraw its previously-issued guidance from 2015 and 2016 … Continue Reading

FLSA “Tipping” Practices

The plethora of litigation against restaurants for alleged improper tip practices continues.  Follow this link to see new litigation brought against a restaurant for requiring tipped employees to perform non-tipped work. If a restaurant takes a tip credit, those employees who are paid pursuant to the tip credit cannot perform non-tipped work more than 20% … Continue Reading
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