The changes to the salary threshold for overtime exemption make it worth offering non-exempt employees a raise in their salary to cut overtime costs. However, only if you can prove the majority of their duties are “white-collar” because then the exemption threshold it’s just 47K a year.





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Written by lyceum
203 days ago

As a solopreneur, can't I give myself a raise without meddling around with the FLSA overtime rule? ;)



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