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A solid human resources program is essential for any printer to operate profitably, competitively and within the law. Meeting all these challenges can certainly be done by the small printer who does not have the staff expertise to devote full-time to each of these areas. How? By using your local affiliate and the Human Relations Department of Printing Industries of America.

Find your top solutions under What's Hot and Health Care Compliance. For questions, contact Jim Kyger, Assistant Vice President, Human Relations at jkyger@printing.org or 202-527-2688.

DOL Proposes Changes to Overtime Exemption Regulation.  In June, the U.S. Department of Labor proposed changes to the overtime exemption regulation for Administrative, Executive, Professional, and Highly Compensated occupations.  The proposal is significant in that for the Administrative, Exeuctive, and Professional exemption tests the salary tests are proposed to double from the level set in 2004.  DOL also proposes to annually increase the salary thresholds to keep pace with inflation.  While DOL did not make proposed changes to the "duties tests" for the various exemptions, they seek public comment and could change the duties tests in the final regulation.  For complete analysis and proposed comment ideas from PIA see www.printing.org/hrflashreport.  PIA will have final comment ideas for members to use by August 15.


 

New NLRB Election Rule. On April 14, 2015, the National Labor Relations Board's goes into effect.  Employers need to educate themselves on what the changes are, how to respond and how to ensure that your company is not a target of a union organizing attempt. For more information click here.

 

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Published on Thursday, April 29, 2010 (updated 07/21/2015)

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