New Overtime Regulations
Is Your District Prepared?
Whether you’re the type of person who loves reading fine print or someone whose eyes glaze over at the slightest hint of legalese, you’ll want to pay attention to this.
In May, the Department of Labor published final updates to federal rules about overtime pay, and school districts are trying to figure out how severe the financial impact will be. An estimated 4.2 million white collar workers across the country will be newly eligible to receive overtime wages when the rule takes effect. Some of them probably work for your organization. How will that impact your budget? Are you familiar with the potential EEOC and morale hazards that could come with reclassifying employees?
At a time when districts are working to make every dollar count, there are several courses of action you could take — but have you considered the HR and business ramifications of each of those? Our white paper will help you think through the benefits and hazards as you look for the best way to respond.
This white paper includes:
- Information about the changes to overtime rules
- The timeline for implementation
- Several possible ways your district could respond
- Potential EEOC violations and other scenarios to avoid
- What you can do to prepare for these changes