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The employer must keep an accurate record of the number of daily hours worked by the employee, not the specific start and end times.
So an employer could allow an employee to just provide the total number of hours she worked each day, including the number of overtime hours, by the end of each pay period. Does the FLSA allow for a flexible schedule for overtime eligible employees?
They are exempt if they are employed in a bona fide executive, administrative, or professional capacity, as those terms are defined in the Department of Labor's regulations at 29 CFR part 541. The salary level test is supposed to help identify salaried workers who are entitled to overtime pay when they work long hours.
This Final Rule updates the regulations for determining whether white collar salaried employees are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act's minimum wage and overtime pay protections. Unless specifically exempted, employees covered by the FLSA must receive pay for hours worked in excess of 40 in a workweek at a rate not less than one and one-half their regular rates of pay. The Department's regulations also provide an exemption for certain highly compensated employees ("HCE") who earn above a higher total annual compensation level (4,004 under this Final Rule) and satisfy a minimal duties test. On March 13, 2014, President Obama signed a Presidential Memorandum directing the Department to update and modernize the regulations defining which white collar workers are protected by the FLSA's minimum wage and overtime standards.
The Department is also setting the annual compensation level for certain HCEs equal to the annualized value of the 90th percentile of earnings for full-time salaried workers nationally (4,004). For each affected employee newly entitled to overtime pay, employers may: The circumstances of each affected employee will likely impact how employers respond to this Final Rule.
The Department accounted for these (and other) possible employer responses in estimating the likely costs, benefits, and transfers of the Final Rule. The effective date of this Final Rule is December 1, 2016.These entities include: hospitals; businesses providing medical or nursing care for residents; schools (whether operated for profit or not for profit); and public agencies. The fact that an employee is paid on a salary basis is not alone sufficient to exempt that employee from the FLSA's minimum wage and overtime requirements. That's so workers can be sure that they get paid the wages that they earn and are owed.Even if an employer is not covered on an enterprise-wide basis, employees may be individually covered by the FLSA if their work regularly involves them in commerce between States ("interstate commerce"). Who is entitled to the minimum wage and overtime pay under the FLSA? What is the interaction between overtime and compensatory time? For the EAP exemption to apply, a white collar employee's specific job duties and salary must meet all of the applicable requirements provided in the Department's regulations. Employers have options for accounting for workers' hours - some of which are very low cost and burden.That update set the standard salary level at 5 per week (,660 annually for a full-year worker). To restore the effectiveness of the salary level test, the Department is setting the new standard salary level equal to the 40th percentile of weekly earnings for full-time salaried workers in the lowest-wage Census Region, currently the South.
The Final Rule increases the standard salary level from 5 per week (,476 for a full-year worker).
The Department also heard concerns from many employers, both in pre-rulemaking outreach and in comments on the proposal, that changes to the standard duties test would be disruptive to employers. Generally, employees of enterprises that have an annual gross volume of sales made or business done of 0,000 or more are covered by the FLSA. Must employees earning below the new level be converted to hourly pay? Nothing in the FLSA or in the regulations governing the white collar exemptions requires employers to pay overtime-eligible employees on an hourly basis. Will newly overtime-eligible employees have to record their hours on a daily basis or "punch a time clock"? Overtime-eligible workers are not required to punch a time clock.