Department of Labor's New Overtime Rules
Stay compliant. Let EasyClocking help your business through this transitional period
Are you prepared for the changes coming December 1, 2016? The Department of Labor recently published changes to overtime policy which will significantly change employee overtime eligibility salary thresholds. With upwards of 4.2 million workers to become eligible for overtime under this new policy change, it’s imperative that you find a system to managing your employee data.
As of now the final rule regarding FLSA overtime change as specified by the
Department of Labor is effective December 1, 2016.
This ruling is one which will continually increase salary thresholds to match changes in United States living conditions.
Automatic increases in salary thresholds by the US Department of Labor will occur every 3 years (January 1, 2020).
Don't fall behind, consider a better time tracking method for your employees.
Restrict employee clock-in’s and outs, protect your business from unscheduled overtime of employees. Effectively manage your employee clock-in times by prohibiting out of shift punches and restricting early or late shift clock-in’s.
Easily comply to present and future overtime laws. Configure rules and setting to aid your business in staying compliant.
Gain complete visibility with EasyClocking’s reporting solutions. Get real time employee data to making informed business decisions.
Manage labor costs through EasyClocking’s scheduling feature. Set schedules for easy management of employee schedules.