On October 19th, PrimePay, LLC, held a free workshop to help area businesses comply with the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new overtime laws that go into effect December 1st. Driven by the axiom of empowering small businesses, Regulatory Compliance Manager, Jessica Jennings, led the hour-long forum at the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce.
“With Pennsylvania being home to nearly 1 million small businesses, and many lacking overtime compliance expertise, PrimePay has a strong sense of corporate responsibility to help,” said Steve Jackson, PrimePay’s SVP, Strategic Development & Channel Sales. “Every business, of every size, in every industry will be impacted by the overtime changes. Not adhering to the mandates, even unwittingly, could have devastating effects throughout PA’s economy and beyond.
Titled Adapting Your Small Biz to Overtime Changes, Jennings broke down the white collar exemption, new rules about highly compensated employees, and amendments to the overtime exemption. Plus, she reviewed actionable steps all companies must take to avoid penalties and disruption of business as usual.
As the new law impacts industries in all parts of the country, PrimePay has released a free eBook for businesses that were unable to attend the Philadelphia workshop. To download Understanding the Overtime Overhaul, visit PrimePay.com/OvertimeOverhaul.
PrimePay believes in the power of small business.
As an employee management solutions provider, our goal is to take care of back-office tasks so those small business owners can get back to doing what they love. And we’ve being doing it since 1986.
By delivering highly personalized payroll, HR, time and labor management, and compliance solutions, we’ve been able to expand our presence nationwide. Emphasizing the talents of more than 500 employees, PrimePay holds the principles of serving its clients to the highest of standards. For more on PrimePay, visit PrimePay.com.
For more information, contact:
Janet Tirado; PrimePay, LLC.