Important Update: November 23, 2016
The University of Oregon, like many other government entities and businesses across the country, has been preparing to comply with new federal regulations related to the minimum salary threshold that would exempt certain employees from overime regulations. A number of changes were to be implemented on December 1, in accordance with the federal guidance issued by the Department of Labor. However, a federal district court in Texas issued a preliminary injunction against those federal regulations.
UO will await further guidance from the courts before deciding to make planned changes to compensation and overtime practices at the university. All FLSA changes and implementation has been paused until further notice.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) establishes wage and hour regulations for employers and remains in effect regardless of recent legal action. The following resources provide guidance on common time and attendance issues. The resources also include information about changes to FLSA regulations, which are currently on hold due to a preliminary court injunction:
Human Resources and Payroll collaborated to produce this presentation explaining the updates to FLSA and providing examples for employees and supervisors.
Human Resources Contact
Senior Compensation Analyst