Davis, Robert P.
November 2004
Mortgage Banking;Nov2004, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p92
Looks into the issue of letting employees receive overtime pay in the U.S. Discussion of new regulations regarding the matter; Identification of the different types of white-collar employees; Discovery of a risk that opponents of the new regulation may revive their efforts to block the new regulations when the U.S. Congress completes the current session.


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