What Do the New Overtime Regulations Mean for Your Nonprofit?

July 27, 2016

What Do the New Overtime Regulations Mean for Your Nonprofit?

View our Recent Webinar on the Updated Overtime Regulations


Many employers will be affected by the updated overtime regulations. Nonprofit employers in particular need to take action now to determine how they will be affected by this change, and must begin making organizational adjustments and plans to prepare. We are here to help with the information you need!


In our recent webinar, participants learned about the key provisions of federal overtime regulation and how they apply specifically in Maryland to nonprofit organizations. We outlined what types of organizations this will be applicable to, discussed employee classification (exempt vs. non-exempt), reviewed relevant provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), and helped nonprofits leaders understand what they must do now to prepare for the December 1 deadline. 


We were so grateful to have the expertise of Lillian Reynolds, an associate with Venable LLP in the firm’s Labor and Employment practice group.


Disclaimer: These situations may involve complex employment law or other legal questions you should review with your own legal counsel. The information contained in this blog post and any attachments is based on our understanding of published sources and is provided for informational purposes only. Nothing in this communication is intended to create, or imply

of an attorney-client relationship.  This communication is not intended to be a legal opinion or formal legal advice.



the recording of the webinar



Find the webinar Q&A including links to several great online resources.


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