More changes could be coming to the rules governing overtime for employees whose hours worked change from one week to the next. The U.S. Department of Labor recently indicated it would examine ways that employers who pay bonuses and other incentives can be given more flexibility in calculating overtime for workers with fluctuating workweeks.

The department’s plan to increase the minimum salary threshold for exempt employees is not the only change when it comes to calculating overtime. In addition to this proposal, DOL has also offered guidance on regular rate of pay rules this year.

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