"New DOL Overtime Rule: Where Does This Leave Connecticut Businesses and Employees?" Connecticut Law Tribune July 25, 2016

“With Connecticut's job growth stalling and the expected departure of several large employers, it's not completely clear what the new Department of Labor overtime rule will mean for Connecticut,” write Dove A.E. Burns and Stacey L. Pitcher, partners in Goldberg Segalla’s Employment and Labor Practice Group. “Connecticut employers will continue to wrestle with the differences between state and federal regulations. Accordingly, analysis of both state and federal rules, and their application to an individual workforce, is all the more necessary.”

In this article, Dove and Stacey review the details of the Department of Labor’s new overtime rule, which increases the salary threshold for workers who are entitled to overtime pay. They examine the differences between these new federal regulations and the Connecticut state law, and provide a step-by-step guide to help employers prepare for the implementation of the new rules. 

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