Read More About the Proposed Changes to the Overtime Salary Threshold


Economic Policy Institute, an organization that we proudly support, recently wrote a very informative article about the possible effects of the proposed overtime salary threshold raise. Last month, the Department of Labor proposed to raise the threshold for salaried exemption from $23,660 per year to $50,440 per year. The raised threshold would help approximately 13.5 million workers receive fair wages for the work that they do.

Read the Economic Policy Institute’s full article here.

If you are paid a salary and do not receive proper overtime pay for hours worked over forty in a week, call us at (215)866-1551 for a free consultation with one of our attorneys.

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