Regardless of party affiliation or politics, the first 100 days of any new presidential administration are expected to bring change. The Trump administration is no different in that regard. He has made promises to voters and has gone as far as presenting America with a contract. With the Republican party controlling both the house and the senate, the Trump Administration has a good chance of executing on some of its promises in its first 100 days’ plan.
Regardless of where you stand on the political spectrum, it’s been hard to ignore this year’s election. Every time you turn on the television or open up your social media accounts, the hype and unsolicited opinions of your Facebook friends swarm your newsfeed.
The publicity and attention that both presidential candidates are receiving continues to generate conversation and debates. Unfortunately, these conversations that are typically held between close friends and family members have made their way into the workplace.
Here's what everyone was preparing for:
The FLSA Final Overtime Rule of 2016 reboots business-as-usual for money, mission, and overtime math. DOL estimates show “4.2 million workers will be directly affected by the rule” effective December 1, 2016, while 8.9 million will have “strengthened protections” due to failing the duties tests.[i]