Overtime Out: Idaho Employers in Limbo

Overtime Out: Idaho Employers in Limbo

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"I said to myself, 'Am I really seeing this?' I had to rub my eyes when I got the email," said Amy Little, executive director of the Idaho Nonprofit Center. "I was really shocked."

The INC provides resources and advocates for the more than 5,000 registered nonprofits in Idaho, and its hundreds of members range from organizations with significant payrolls to some with few personnel. Following the announcement, inquiries started flooding into INC.

"Yes, we fielded several phone calls of, 'Oh my gosh, I don't know what to do,'" said Little.


"We've consulted with a human resource professional and attorney, and the message from us is this: If you've already implemented these changes, stay the course," said Little. "You should still be planning for something. The threshold or criteria might change, but chances are there will be some change. For those who procrastinated? Maybe it paid off, for a while at least, but you should really continue planning and be prepared."

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