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Judge Issues Delay for Overtime Rule

Judge Issues Delay for Overtime Rule

On Tuesday, Nov. 22, a federal judge in Texas issued a preliminary injunction against the Department of Labor’s (DOL) overtime rule which was set to go into effect Dec. 1, and would have doubled the current threshold under which employees must be paid overtime. The National Small Business Association (NSBA) has strongly opposed the overtime rule […]

Register TODAY for Small Business Congress

Registration is now open for NSBA’s 2017 Small Business Congress in Washington, D.C. Feb. 16-17, 2017, where small-business leaders will develop the small-business agenda for upcoming session of Congress.

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Support Grows for Bill to Fix Overtime Rule

Legislation in the Senate is gaining traction that would fix some of the worst parts of the new DOL overtime rule and phase-in the rule over five years.

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Lawsuits on Overtime Rule Filed

Recently, two lawsuits–one from a coalition of 21 states, and another from a group of businesses–were filed claiming heavy financial burdens of the DOL’s overtime rule.

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Consider Your Retirement Savings Goals

To recognize National Retirement Security Week, NSBA partner AXA is offering NSBA members a host of complimentary retirement resources.

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DOL, SBA Webinar on Overtime Rules 

On Monday, Oct. 17 at 11:00 a.m. EDT, the DOL and SBA will host a webinar for small businesses on the final overtime rule.

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EEOC Will Collect Summary Pay Data in 2018

The EEOC recently announced that beginning in March 2018, it will collect summary employee pay data from certain employers to help improve investigations of possible pay discrimination.

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House Passes Overtime Delay

Last week, the House passed a bill to delay full compliance with the DOL’s new overtime rule by six months, however President Obama has already issued a veto threat.

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DOL Sick Leave Final Rule Expected

DOL is expected to release a final rule this week requiring federal contractors and subcontractors to provide their workers with at least seven days’ paid sick leave per year.

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House to Vote on Overtime Rule

Tomorrow, the House will vote on a bill to delay by six months the DOL’s overtime rule, which would more than double the current threshold below which employees must be paid overtime.

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