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FLSA Exemption Regulations: Understanding the Issues

FLSA Exemption Regulations: Understanding the Issues

FLSA Exemption Regulations:
Understanding the Issues

Overtime Rule Changes, which redefine the Fair Labor Standard Act’s (FLSA) white collar exemptions, became effective August 23, 2004. Find out from this easy-to-read report how the new regulations affect your overtime obligations.
 
· Learn all of the new changes to the FLSA exemptions
· Find out when you can make deductions
· Read what you can do for partial day absences
· Discover what "safe harbor" defenses exist for inadvertent violations

Section I:
Overview and Conclusions

· DOL Final Regulations Attempt to Simplify Overtime Exemptions
· Historical Background to the Exemptions
· The Changes in Brief
· Five Steps to Get Into Compliance
· Changes Constructive; Short of What Employers Wanted
· Executive Exemption
· Administrative Exemption
· Professional Exemption
· Primary Duty
· Computer-Related Exemption
· Outside Sales
· Trainees Not Exempt
· Highly Compensated Employees
· Fee Basis
· Salary Basis
· Partial Day Absences - Private Sector Employees
· Partial Day Absences - Public Sector Employees
· Improper Deductions
· Limited Safe Harbor for Improper Deductions
· Extra Compensation
Section II:
FLSA Exemptions Outlined and Explained

· Executive Exemption
· Administrative Exemption
· Professional Exemption
· Primary Duty
· Computer-Related Exemption
· Outside Sales
· Trainees Not Exempt
· Highly Compensated Employees
· Fee Basis
· Salary Basis
· Partial Day Absences - Private Sector Employees
· Partial Day Absences - Public Sector Employees
· Improper Deductions
· Limited Safe Harbor for Improper Deductions
· Extra Compensation
 

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