DOL Overtime Rule Workplace Resource Center

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The US Department of Labor (DOL) has issued a new overtime rule that increased the minimum salary for most overtime-exempt employees from $684 per week (or $35,568 per year) to $844 per week (or $43,888 per year) on July 1, 2024.

The rule also will increase the minimum salary to $1,128 per week (or $58,656 per year) on January 1, 2025. Starting July 1, 2027, and every three years thereafter, the salary threshold will be adjusted for inflation.

Bookmark this page as your gateway to the HR & Compliance Center tools and resources that can help you get ready.

Key Resources

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On-Demand Webinar

In The New Overtime Rule - Everything You Need to Know Now, the Brightmine Editorial Team will help you:

  • Learn about what's in the final overtime rule;
  • Find out what actions you should take to get ready; and
  • Learn about how the final rule may affect other HR responsibilities like payroll and pay transparency.

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Recent Updates

These are the latest updates to our overtime rule resources:

Visit our Wage and Hour Topic page for a running list of site updates.