Proposed Obama overtime ruling would affect middle management

A proposed new ruling from the Obama administration would mean bigger paychecks for about 5 million U.S. workers. However, opposers to the ruling say it would reduce overtime for many workers and perhaps even cut the number of jobs. In response, the National Retail Federation weighed in, saying that driving up overtime would cost retailers while also limiting opportunities in middle management. Story

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