Overtime Rule Action Center

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ANCOR has been working to advocate for a more reasonable approach to the Department of Labor’s proposed Overtime Rule, Defining and Delimiting the Exemptions for Executive, Administrative, Professional, Outside Sales, and Computer Employees.

While there is much to cover, a critical component of the proposed rule highlights an administrative focus on increasing the federal salary threshold for overtime pay from the current $684 per week ($35,568 per year) to $1,059 per week ($55,068 per year).

This Action Center offers analysis on topline items and timeframes from the proposed rule, potential implications and impacts for community-based providers, and opportunities to take action.

Advocacy Resources

Want to glean a deeper sense of the proposed rule and its potential impact? The resources below provide background on the Department of Labor’s proposed Overtime Rule.

Get in Touch

Have questions or ideas to share? Get in touch! Send an email to Lydia Dawson, ANCOR’s Vice President of Government Relations.


Training & Events

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Briefing

Members-Only Briefing: Department of Labor’s Proposed Overtime Rule

The recording of an October 2023 members-only briefing on the U.S. Department of Labor's proposed Overtime Rule