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Keep it legal: Link available for labor regs

Posted on February 14, 2014

How well do you know the 1938 wage and hour regulations that govern how you pay overtime to your employees?

If you don't know what the law requires, you may be paying your employees incorrectly, and you could get caught and penalized.

As promised in the February issue of Modern Tire Dealer, we are providing you with a quick link to the U.S. Department of Labor's "coefficient table for computing extra half-time for overtime" within our posted article "Are you breaking the law? Pay your people correctly, or pay the price."

Click here to read the whole article and check out the link to get all the details concerning government wage regulations.

Related Topics: Pat Brown, U.S. Department of Labor, wages

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