The threat of more rigorous enforcement—the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) now has 250 more wage-and-hour cops—is yet another reason to double-check to see whether your exempt employees are truly exempt. Is nonexempt staff being paid for all hours worked?
The new hires at the DOL’s Wage and Hour Division represent a 33% increase in its investigative force.
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