What’s Next For Proposed Changes to Overtime Pay and Exempt Employees?

September 8, 2015
Dana Greenstein

The Fair Labor Standards Act has been around since 1938. The purpose was to set federal minimum wage (then 25 cents an hour) regulate child labor and set exempt (white collar workers) and nonexempt rules for overtime pay (originally 60 hours). Read full article in the CPA Practice Advisor.


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