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We address issues, cases and matters of statutory and regulatory compliance of employment law that can impact a business' growth and profitability.

Employer Law Blog
March 11, 2019

DOL Issues Proposed Rule Increasing Minimum Salary for Salary Exempt Employees to $35,308

Be advised that the Department of Labor has released a proposed overtime rule for any salary exempt employees with a $35,308 salary threshold. Under the current rule, employees with a salary below $455 per week ($23,660 annually) must be paid overtime if they work more than 40 hours per week. The proposed rule does not address the duties test for white-collar exemptions or the salary basis requirement.

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Employer Law Blog
December 30, 2016

Missouri Legislative Update – Is the Tide Finally Turning?

The Republican controlled General Assembly is getting a head start on the labor and employment front by pre-filing several pro-business labor and employment bills. Right to work- In general, the various bills in one form or another make contract clauses that require union membership as a condition of employment or continued employment null and void. Most of the bills do NOT apply retroactive. Accordingly, all present union security clauses in current collective bargaining agreements would remain in full force and effect. The “right to work” bills include Missouri House Bills 91, 42, and 131; and Missouri Senate Bills 19 and 21.

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