What Law Firms Said About Revising Obama's Overtime Rule
The U.S. Labor Department has big decisions to make about regulations that will determine the overtime eligibility of millions of U.S. workers. Here's a snapshot of what a handful of U.S. law firms and advocacy groups—representing management and employees—told the Labor Department about what the agency should do.
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