“If you’re an employer looking for a good New Year’s resolution, Evansville attorney Jake Fulcher has a suggestion: Start tracking your salaried employees’ weekly hours.
“The federal government is mulling changes in overtime pay rules that could affect millions of salaried workers who earn less than $50,000 per year.
“The rules aren’t expected to take effect for several months, Fulcher said, but it’s not too early for employers to start preparing.”
That’s how Susan Orr introduced her article, “Law change could impact salaried employees,” that was recently published in the Evansville Courier & Press. Jake Fulcher, an Indiana labor and employment law attorney and a KDDK partner, was a prominent contributor.
To access the full article on the Courier & Press website, click here.
About Jake Fulcher
Jake Fulcher exclusively represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law for a broad client base, including both private and public employers located in the US and abroad. Jake believes in a proactive approach to labor and employee relations. Accordingly, Jake devotes much of his practice to daily client counseling, developing best practices, and providing management and supervisor training on a variety of labor and employment-related issues. Jake also reviews and drafts employment contracts, consulting agreements, handbooks, non-compete/trade-secret agreements and severance packages.