BY JACKIE HANSON AND LARA OZAKI
Forty-two percent of 45 Guam and Saipan employers surveyed by the Journal had already implemented changes in staff pay to comply with the Fair Labor Standards Act Final Rule that was set to take effect Dec. 1 but halted on Nov. 22 by a federal judge.
U.S. District Judge Amos L. Mazzant ordered on Nov. 22 that the U.S. Court grant Nevada and 20 other state plaintiffs’ emergency motion for preliminary injunction regarding the FLSA Final Rule to increase the minimum salary level for exempt employees from . . .
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