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The department says it is merely listing well-known choices available to employers, even under current law.
"We're not saying anybody should do any of this," said Labor Department spokesman Ed Frank.
" WASHINGTON - The Labor Department is giving employers tips on how to avoid paying overtime to some of the 1.3 million low-income workers who would become eligible under new rules expected to be finalized early this year.
Originally posted by Thatoneguy
my union doesnt even allow that off @ 11 in @ 6. The employerer has to give 10 hours off in between shifts