The FLSA Exemption Resource Center

Practical Resources For Businesses Preparing For And Responding To The 2016 Revisions To The FLSA Exemptions

Latest Development: Texas federal judge stops new overtime rules’ December 1 effective date. Click here for the latest.


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Employer Toolbox




Seyfarth's Overview of Changed Overtime Exemption Rule

Classification Review Tools

Center Rule

Background Resources


The Five on Friday alert series offers simple and easy-to-understand guidance from lawyers, economists, and former government officials regarding the DOL’s 2016 revisions to the FLSA’s white collar exemptions and concerning how employers should respond to them.

To view a selection of alerts from the series, click here.

We address:

  • Planning for the revised exemptions
  • Development of “stakeholder” commitment to plan implementation
  • Pay methods for reclassified employees
  • Economists’ perspectives regarding employees’ working hours
Five on Friday Blog





New FLSA Overtime Exemption Rule


From Fundamentals to Action - How to Respond

(Audio | Slides)

Update Series

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Background Resources

Government's Overview

Center Rule

Industry-Focused Alerts

Industry-Focused Webinars