I was reading a Pittsburgh Post Gazette article entitled "Time Change" in the "Businesses and Jobs" section of the newspaper from Sunday November 6, 2016.
The article states that a federal law has been modified called the "Fair Labor Standards Act" by the U.S. Department of Labor that requires non-profits organizations to:
- More than double the salary threshold at which employees are exempt from overtime protections.
- Under the existing rule from 2004, employers must pay overtime to full-time employees who earn $23,660 or less annually if they work more than 40 hours a week.
- Any non-profit with annual gross revenues over $500,000 is subject to the rules and the DOL plans to raise the overtime threshold every three years beginning in 2020.
- Under the revised regulation, the salary level under which employees qualify for overtime pay will jump to $47,476 a year.
So which citations of that law have been modified, added or removed to specify this in legal citation?