Do you work for an exploitative employer that refuses to pay for overtime?
Exploitative psychology, unpaid OT: if refuse to help companies disregard labor laws, you are "not being flexible" & if you resist your exploitation you are viewed as 'selfish' & are resented. OT pay exemption threshold to be raised from $23,660 to $47K starting 1/1/2016 & will now be updated every three years to keep pace with inflation. Under the current regulations, initial 1975 exemption level hasn't changed in forty years'. The poverty line for a family of four was $24,008 in 2015.
by Brittany Kennedy5 years ago
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