Posts Tagged ‘ DOL ’

Industry Associations Unite Against DOL Persuader Rule

Apr 1st, 2016

Several building associations are calling the Obama administration’s new “persuader” rule unconstitutional. The Labor-Management Reporting Disclosure Act, scheduled to take effect on July 1, 2016, requires employers to report to the Department of Labor each time they engage a consultant to directly or indirectly persuade workers concerning their rights to organize and bargain collectively, regardless of […]

NLBMDA: DOL’s Overtime Rule Proposal Must Be Fixed

Feb 11th, 2016

The National Lumber and Building Materials Dealers Association (NLBMDA) is urging its members to take action on a recent federal proposal. The association opposes the Department of Labor’s (DOL) proposal that would “significantly alter existing overtime rules by raising the salary level under which employees qualify for overtime pay from $455 per week ($23,360 annually) […]

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