The New Overtime Rule Will Have a Major Impact on Your Community Association. Are You Prepared?

Does your community employ managers, recreational employees or maintenance personnel?  If so, you will be impacted by the new FLSA changes rolling out on December 1st, 2016.  As a board member, it’s critical that you ensure your community’s compliance with the new overtime rule that goes into effect from the U.S. Department of Labor on December 1, 2016. Read below to learn more about the new overtime rule and to better understand your options before you miss the deadline and face potential penalties.     Read the article……………


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