A Dealer Guide to Federal Wage and Hour, Child Labor, and Wage Discrimination Compliance outlines basic requirements for dealers in this area of the law. With an introduction to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which sets minimum wage, overtime, recordkeeping and child labor standards, the guide provides background, examples and definitions of hours worked, including commission and settlement periods, as well as overtime and overtime exemptions. The guide contains wage and hour FAQs, provides information on employment of minors, and also discusses the Equal Pay Act and other federal laws regulating compensation discrimination, including Title VII, the ADEA and the PDA.
On November 22, 2016 a federal judge issued a nationwide preliminary injunction preventing the US Department of Labor from enacting and/or enforcing the updates to the "white collar" overtime salary thresholds. The preliminary injunction means that, until further notice, the existing "white collar" salary thresholds remain in effect and that dealers should not make employee compensation adjustments based on the revised "white collar" rule's higher compensation thresholds. For further information, contact NADA Regulatory Affairs at email@example.com.
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