Judge delays new overtime rule nationwide
The regulation had been scheduled to go into effect Dec. 1 and would have required employees to receive at least $913 per week in salary -- $47,476 annually – to be exempt from overtime pay.
This modification to the Department of Labor’s Fair Labor Standards Act had been the subject of numerous lawsuits. The judge’s Nov. 22 ruling is effective nationwide.
The FSLA rule would have complicated matters for California employers, who will be required to make adjustments to state minimum wage laws beginning in January.
News about the ultimate outcome of the court case will be published at the California Dental Association website and in their CDA Update newsletter.
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