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The Overtime Shake-Up: What the New Overtime Rules Mean for You

Delve into the DOL’s new overtime regulations and their implications for your organization. Discover who qualifies for exemption under the new rule and learn practical strategies to ensure compliance.

In this webinar, Dan Corp equips you to effectively navigate the new DOL overtime rule changes, minimize risks and maximize efficiency. Ensure your company is prepared and compliant with the latest overtime rules. Listen in to keep your company’s payroll practices up to date.

Key takeaways include:

  • A detailed overview of the new overtime requirements
  • How to accurately determine exempt vs. non-exempt employees
  • Steps your company should take to comply with the updated regulations
  • Best practices for managing payroll adjustments and employee communications

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