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The federal government published final rules in April redefining which employees are eligible for overtime pay (see our May 17 issue). Research Recommendations hosted a telephone conference that answered questions on the new rules. Following are excerpts from the audioconference.
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Although the U.S. Labor Department just unveiled its controversial rules on which employees are eligible for overtime pay, opponents of the rules aren't giving up.