Trump administration’s overtime proposal scales back Obama-era plan

Pay threshold scaled back from what been proposed by Obama administration

The Department of Labor announced new rules Thursday to determine which employees are eligible for overtime, a proposal that substantially reduces an Obama administration effort to extend overtime pay to even more workers. The department proposed raising the overtime salary threshold -- above which white-collar workers would not be eligible for overtime -- from its current $23,660 ...

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