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Overtime Rules Tough on Small Business

New rules mandated by the Department of Labor could affect many small businesses, driving up labor costs and creating more red tape. These rules, effective on December 1, 2016, raise the salary threshold for eligible workers from $23,660 to $47,476 and to $134,004 for highly compensated employees. 140 more words

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Overtime Rules Tough on Small Business

New rules mandated by the Department of Labor could affect many small businesses, driving up labor costs and creating more red tape. These rules, effective on December 1, 2016, raise the salary threshold for eligible workers from $23,660 to $47,476 and to $134,004 for highly compensated employees. 140 more words

EBSO

IWLA California Chapter Meeting Looks at Jobs, Infrastructure and the Election

IWLA members with operations in California are invited to attend the Sept. 22 IWLA California Fall Meeting & Issue Update in Rancho Dominguez, Calif., to hear local experts discuss business and economic trends that will affect warehousing. 273 more words

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Senses working overtime

May 2016:- The federal Department of Labor has decided that from December 1, 2016, employers will have to pay overtime to salaried employees who earn up to $47,476.00 annually.   97 more words

Employment Law

JOBLESS Claims Surge Most In Years As Challenger Warns Of "Significant" Jump In Retail, Computer Layoffs

With both ISM Manufacturing and Services employment indices collapsing, endless headlines of layoffs, Challenger – Grey noting Q 1 as the worst since 2009, and NFIB small business hiring weak, it is no surprise that initial jobless claims is finally waking up. 175 more words

Is It the Journey, or the Destination?

My first job out of college was to work for AC Forms. My Dad owned AC. He was the only full-time employee. Business was good. My dad was looking for help. 5,173 more words

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