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How will the new DOL FLSA regulations regarding increased salary threshold impact your business?

If you currently have exempt employees that earn between $23,660 and $47,476 annually, it's important to understand the financial impact based on the DOL FLSA final rule.

Which option will help optimize FLSA labor costs within your organization?

Use our FLSA Overtime Calculator to compare the estimated impact of these two options side by side.

OPTION A
Start paying overtime.
If you keep salaries as they are, reclassify your impacted employees as non-exempt, and start paying them overtime, the estimated annual overtime earnings are:
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The estimated annual payroll impact if you keep salaries as they are, reclassify your impacted employees as non-exempt, and start paying them overtime.

Option B
Increase employee salaries.
If you increase employee salaries to meet the new minimum of $47,476 so they are exempt from overtime pay, the estimated annual payroll impact is:
$--.--
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The estimated annual payroll impact if you increase employee salaries to meet the new minimum of $47,476 so they are exempt from overtime pay.

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What is the cost impact for a single employee?

Use our Individual Overtime Cost Calculator to estimate the impact of the new regulations for a single exempt employee currently earning between $23,660 and $47,476 annually.

OPTION A
Start paying overtime.
If you keep the employee's salary as is, reclassify the employee as non-exempt, and start paying overtime, the estimated annual overtime earnings are:
$--.--
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The estimated annual payroll impact if you keep the employee’s salary as is, reclassify the employee as non-exempt, and start paying overtime.

Option B
Increase employee salary.
To meet the new minimum salary of $47,476 in order to maintain the employee’s exempt status, increase the employee’s salary by:
$--.--
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The amount by which the employee’s salary would need to be increased in order to meet the new minimum salary of $47,476 and maintain the employee’s exempt status.

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