New Regulations Are Coming. Are You Ready?

Starting January 1, 2020, there will be new overtime rules that will make up to a third of employees eligible for overtime pay. Anyone making under the $35,568 salary threshold will be eligible for overtime pay for work over 40 hours.

While it has employees jumping for joy, it has many businesses scrambling to figure out how to best comply with the rules while not breaking the banks. Restaurants aren't excluded.

And you can't ignore the changes, either. 

The Department of Labor has been aggressive about pursuing restaurants for wage-payment violations. You'll need to get into compliance or face big fines.

Getting Ahead of the Overtime Rule Changes is our restaurant-industry guide to help owners and operators navigate the change.

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New federal overtime rules are going to severely effect the bar & restaurant industry. Learn how to navigate the new OT pay laws.

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