Labor and Employment: Operational Resources

Overview

Classification of individuals as employees or independent contractors, and the ramifications of such classifications, carry legal weight. Additionally, an individual’s status as an exempt or non-exempt employee determines if overtime rules apply. Below is a guidance that sheds more light on the Department of Labor's "Overtime Rule" promulgated in 2016.

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