Last-ditch efforts to block new federaldied last month, meaning the U.S. Labor Department is poised to publish new rules within the next month or two. But even after the feds release the new rules, they'll likely give you at least six months before the rules officially kick in. The new rules will make it simpler for you to decide who qualifies (and who's exempt) for time-and-a-half overtime pay, but they could force you to shell out more overtime to lower-paid workers. To read a side-by-side comparison of the proposed rules and the current rules, obtain our free E-visory report, Proposed Changes in , at www.research-recs.com/extra.
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