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What the New U.S. Overtime Law Could Mean to Employers

U.S.-based employers must start asking themselves a big question: Are they now on the hook for overtime pay for more employees? 

U.S.-based employer must start asking themselves a big question: Are they now on the hook for overtime pay for certain employees? Our sister publications group, MeetingsNet, takes a look at the issue:

Last week, the [U.S.] President and the Secretary of the Department of Labor ushered in a new rule that almost doubles the salary threshold for overtime pay from $23,360 to $47,476 per year. With “event coordinator” clocking in at a median of $46,490, a

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