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Jonathan A. Segal
Partner
Posted 07.08.15
What Will the Department of Labor Do Next?
What the DOL will do is unclear. What is clear is that employers need to focus sooner rather than later on how they will handle the likely significant increase in the minimum salary.
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Jonathan A. Segal
Partner
Posted 06.02.15
Preparing for Imminent DOL Rules
The conventional wisdom is that the proposed regulatory changes to the white collar exemption will be published on June 18, 2015. Five steps to prepare.
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Jonathan A. Segal
Partner
Posted 03.06.15
Waiting for the DOL
President Obama has announced he intends to propose major changes to the white-collar exemptions and has directed the Department of Labor to propose revisions to "modernize and streamline" current FLSA regulations. The draft regulations were originally expected in October 2014. The DOL then released a date of February 2015. We are now in March of 2015, and we are still waiting for any changes to be announced.
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Jonathan A. Segal
Partner
Posted 04.21.14
“Extreme” French Proposed E-Mail Law: Already Law in U.S.
A bill is being considered in France that would potentially restrict severely use of e-mail by employees off the clock. That “controversial,” “extreme” and “off the wall” French proposal: well, it is already U.S. law!
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Michael S. Cohen
Partner
Posted 03.21.14
President Obama Signs Memo Telling DOL To Expand Overtime Eligibility
BNA Human Resources Report was kind enough to quote me in this great article about President Obama's recent Memo to the Department of Labor, telling the DOL to expand overtime eligibility.