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The U.S. Department of Labor overtime rules will be implemented before the end of 2016, but many companies don't believe employees need training on what this change will mean for them, their pay or employment status. (Photo: iStock)

With a new federal overtime law just months from going into effect, companies apparently don’t feel the need to train their staff about its ramifications — despite the fact that it will affect more than 4 million workers’ employment status.

Dan Cook


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