At PropelHR, we believe in helping move business forward. So, when there’s a legislative change estimated to affect 4.2 million workers, we don't believe you should be taken back by surprise.
As you might already know, December 1st, 2016, marks the effective date of the FLSA changes to overtime exempt employees. Most notably, this change more than doubles the salary threshold for overtime exemption.
That kind of adjustment brings about many changes and challenges for the business owner, manager, and employer.
The Only Thing Constant In Life Is Change
Over our many years of servicing our customers, we've learned that the only thing constant in life is change and change is not always easy.
As a business owner, manager, or employer, how do you navigate the complexities of the ever-changing legislative landscape in which you operate?
These changes bring about legal, financial and process implications. They also come with organizational and morale implications, too. As a leader, you need to be equipped and empowered to handle these changes.
We believe the best way to manage change is to be prepared.
How Will Your Business Be Affected By The December 1st FLSA Changes
Our very own, Tracie Lilly, Senior HR Partner and Rebecca Turcotte Kish, HR Director recently hosted a free webinar training on how your business will be affected by the December 1st FLSA Changes. We give you a 6-step Action Plan to help you and your business navigate the complexities of this imminent change.
Watch the Free Webinar Training Here
We created this Free Webinar Training for you; so that you’re not only informed about the upcoming changes but that you also have a step-by-step action plan to be ready for December 1st and keep moving your business forward.
Don’t let these FLSA changes take you by surprise and have a more substantial impact than they need to.
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