Support Grows for Overtime Reform Bill

Support is growing for legislation that would address some of the concerns employers have with the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new overtime rule. The final overtime rule, announced by DOL in May, raises the threshold for employees who are exempt from overtime pay to $47,476 – more than double the current salary threshold of $23,660…. Read more »

ASAE Hosts Overtime Rule Discussion

ASAE earlier today held a special Power of A Facebook Live and Periscope session to help association professionals better understand how the Department of Labor’s (DOL) expanded overtime rule will impact their own organizations. During the session, Julia Judish, a leading employment lawyer with Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, and Bob Skelton, CAE, ASAE’s chief… Read more »

House Republicans Critical of New Overtime Rule

Republicans on the House Education and Workforce Committee lambasted the Administration’s new overtime rule in a hearing earlier today and vowed to pass legislation to nullify the rule. The Department of Labor issued a final overtime rule last month that significantly increases the minimum salary level for “white collar” employees to qualify as exempt from… Read more »