The rule, which was set to go into effect Dec. 1, would significantly increase the minimum salary threshold at which non-exempt employees are required to receive overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act, to $47,476. Businesses have been preparing for the rules by adjusting their employees’ hours and pay structures.
A group of 21 states, including Wisconsin, had sued the U.S. Department of Labor and Secretary Tom Perez to block rule.
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