New federal rules that make more employees eligible for overtime pay take effect in December, but a lot of nonprofit employers are confused about how to comply.
Under the new rule, organizations must pay overtime to full-time, salaried workers who earn up to $47,476 a year. Previously, only people who earned up to $23,660 were eligible for overtime pay.
The Department of Labor, which issued the rules, will hold a special free online session Tuesday for nonprofit managers.
Here are other resources to help nonprofits understand the rules:
Department of Labor
"Overtime Rules for Nonprofits, Part 1?" (archived webinar)
"Overtime Rules for Nonprofits, Part 2" (archived webinar)