Restaurants could be forced to change the way they pay managers in just a few months as the federal government moves forward on new rules that dramatically expand who is eligible for overtime. Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Labor sent its final set of overtime rules to the Office of Management and Budget, a mandatory step that precedes publication of those final rules. The OMB has 30 to 90 days to review the rules, after which they will be published, said Elizabeth Washko, an ...
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