On March 28, 2019, the United States Department of Labor issued a notice of proposed rulemaking updating the exclusions allowed when calculating overtime payments. Additionally, the proposed changes would change the definitions of “show up,” “call back,” and other similar types of pay from “infrequent and sporadic” to “without prearrangement.”
To read the notice and the new exclusions, click here.
Authors: Matthew John Markling, Patrick Vrobel, and John T. Sulik, Jr.
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