While most employers understand their minimum wage and overtime obligations for non-exempt employees, not everyone is familiar with the complexities of determining what time is considered compensable. This is an important distinction.
Nellysford, VA – October 12, 2016 - The Woodwork Career Alliance of North America (WCA) announces the release of the 2016 Woodwork Manufacturing Skill Standards, the most significant update to the industry-accepted skill standards since they debuted in 2011.
Industrial Careers Pathway® (ICP) and its online Job Board appeared in USA Today the first week of October. Take advantage of the extra exposure of the USA Today audience of 250,000 across five metro markets by placing your help wanted ads today on the ICP Online Job Board.
Recently Industrial Career Pathway® (ICP), the initiative we support to attract new talent to jobs in Industrial Distribution (ID), participated in USA Today’s Manufacturing and Skills in America campaign.
With the deadline for the new overtime rules rapidly approaching – they go into effect December 1 – many employers are looking at converting salaried/exempt employees to hourly in order to stay in compliance with the new, higher pay threshold of $47,476 a year.