Overtime Rules Are Set To Change

Dated: March 13 2019

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Millions more Americans could become eligible for overtime pay under expected revisions to Labor Department guidelines later this month. The salary threshold below which employees can receive extra pay for more than 40 hours of work is set to rise to about $35,000 per year. While that's more than the current $24,000 level, it's less than the $47,000 per year sought by the previous administration. The rules are designed to protect workers not eligible for overtime pay, including most managers.

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Avo Derbalian

Avo Derbalian became Owner/Salesperson of a real estate company in early 2016 after being a Realtor® for a year and a half, providing services all over Bergen County and Passaic County. Since then, ....

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