Implementing Change – Complying with the Department of Labor’s Updated Regulations on Overtime Pay

Jun 9, 2016 | Member News

If you have exempt/salaried staff members that make less than $913.00 per week ($47,500 annualized base), you will (most likely) need to comply with the Department of Labor’s new regulations that go into effect December 1, 2016.
Here’s What You Need to Know
Anyone earning less than $913.00 per week;

  • Is now (most likely) entitled to overtime pay for any hours worked over 40 in a week
  • Is now required to track and account for all hours worked within respective time keeping periods

How you make and communicate required adjustments to an individual’s current salaried compensation is up to you, and there are several options you might consider.

Join Us for an Open Discussion

Facilitated by Kristi Hess, Colorado Market Director and Michael Tracy, Managing Principal, we’ll discuss where to go from here, and how you might implement these changes with a minimal amount of disruption and cost.

Date: Tuesday, June 21, 2016 – 8:30-10:00am

Location: Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce – 225 S. Meldrum St., Fort Collins, CO 80521

There is NO cost to attend this event, but please send an email to register.

OMNI Employment Management Services, LLC is a full-service human resources consulting firm, supporting clients in all facets of human resource management including consulting, outsourcing, search and recruitment. Offices are located in Fort Collins, CO and Overland Park, KS. For more information, visit or call 970.300.1770.