Recent Updates to FLSA and Overtime Ruling



The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was signed in 1938 by Alabama Senator Hugo Black. The law was put in place to ensure a minimum wage, define a 40 hour work week and prohibit child labor. FLSA’s objective was to eliminate labor conditions detrimental to the maintenance of the minimum standards of living necessary for health efficiency and well-being.

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Take a Closer Look at Overtime

 

 

If your organization is regularly paying overtime, you will likely benefit from taking a good look at the costs and the benefits of where those overtime hours are going.

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Take a Closer Look at Overtime



If your organization is regularly paying overtime, you will likely benefit from taking a good look at the costs and the benefits of where those overtime hours are going.

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