What you need to know about the Department of Labor overtime rule changes taking effect Dec. 1

To abide by this rule employers have four options, according to the DOL:

• Pay time-and-a-half to employees for working overtime.

• Raise the employee’s salary from it’s current pay to $47,476 or higher.

• Limit an employee’s hours to 40 hours per week by adjusting schedules, spreading out work hours or reorganizing workloads.

• Implement a combination of the above.

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