SOUTHFIELD, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Overtime Pay Laws, an employment resource center, has released an easy-to-read infographic that breaks down key provisions of the Final Rule and highlights the new regulations.
The Final Rule, which will raise the white collar overtime exemption threshold under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), officially takes effect on Dec. 1, 2016.
The easy-to-read infographic details revised overtime pay regulations, estimated to affect at least 4.2 million American workers. The new rule will also increase the salary threshold for the overtime exemption from $455 a week ($23,600 annually) to $913 a week ($47,476 annually).
"The new rules can be confusing and difficult to grasp," said Lawrence J. Buckfire, managing partner and lead trial attorney at Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. "This infographic helps explain the biggest changes that will take effect Dec. 1, including changes to pay wage and salary thresholds."
All states will likely see a significant impact in the amount of workers eligible to pursue and receive overtime pay benefits.
The infographic is available for download at www.OvertimePayLaws.org, and can be shared with colleagues and employers subjected to the new pay laws. The infographic can easily be embedded on Facebook pages, blogs and websites by copying and pasting the embed code.
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For more information about the Final Rule, and what both employees and employers need to know about the new overtime pay laws, visit http://www.overtimepaylaws.org/.
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