Picture this scenario: Your nonprofit is hosting a gala with a silent auction. You and your fellow staff members are overwhelmed with all the craziness of working the event while your guests are ...
New Federal Overtime Pay Rules Beginning January 1, 2020
September 26, 2019 |
The U.S. Department of Labor released its new overtime pay
threshold that takes effect January 1, 2020. The new salary threshold is raised
to $684 per week/ $35,568 per year.
What This ...
ACTION ALERT: Comment to Legislators on Overtime Pay
August 12, 2019 |
Nonprofits across Washington will be significantly impacted by a pending overtime proposal under consideration right now. Find out how you can comment and take action by clicking here.
Are You Ready to Weigh in on Overtime Pay?
July 8, 2019 |
Washington State’s Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) issued its new overtime pay proposal. Official public hearings on the proposal begin next week, so read on to learn how you can comment on the policy.
L&I is proposing to raise the overtime pay threshold (the minimum below which employees must be paid overtime for over 40 hours of work in a week) to 2.5x the minimum wage by 2026. This equates to a threshold annual salary of nearly $80,000. If you missed our recent webinar on the proposal, you can view the recording and access the slides below. You can access the salary tables, and other information here.
New Advocacy Toolkit Launch: Build a Movement (BAM!)
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