DOL to Hold Small Business Roundtables on Proposed Overtime Rule

- The U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy will be hosting roundtables to discuss the Department of Labor’s proposed Overtime Regulation under the Fair Labor Standards Act, which proposes to increase the minimum salary for the “white collar” overtime exemption from $23,660 annually to $35,308 annually.  This means that workers making under $35,308 annually would be eligible for overtime pay.  The purpose of the roundtables will be to hear directly from small businesses about the impact of the proposed rule. Roundtables are scheduled for Tampa, Fla., Thursday April 4; Washington, D.C., Thursday April 11; and Mobile, Ala., Tuesday April 30. For more information on times and locations of roundtables, please contact Janis Reyes.

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