The U.S. Labor Department announced overtime final regulations that, when they go into effect on December 1, 2016, will mean that most employees earning less than $47,500 per year will be entitled to overtime compensation.
Although we may morally agree with the change, what operating choices do we have? Click here for more information on the known, unknowns and options for nonprofits on the overtime final rule.
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Elly du Pre', Executive Director, Lighthouse of Broward, a non-profit providing specialized rehabilitation and collaborative healthcare solutions.
Jim Phipps, Executive Director, The Iris Network, a non-profit helping people who are visually impaired or blind attain independence and community integration.
Miki Jordan, President and CEO, Junior Blind of America, a non-profit helping children and adults who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled achieve independence
David Ekin, President, St. Louis Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired, a non-profit that enhances the independence of persons blind or visually impaired and empowers them to enjoy quality lives.