2019 Department of Labor – Proposed Overtime Rule Released for Public Comment

2019 Department of Labor – Proposed Overtime Rule Released for Public Comment

On March 7, The U.S. Department of Labor released a long-awaited proposed rule to address the salary threshold and other requirements related to implementing the exemption from minimum wage and overtime pay requirements for executive, administrative, and professional employees. The new proposed salary threshold is $35,308. In other words, employees who earn less than $35,308 annually would be automatically eligible for time-and-a-half pay for all hours worked beyond a 40-hour work week, according to Bloomberg.

Celebrating International Women’s Day

Celebrating International Women’s Day

Balance is not just a women’s issue, it’s a business and community issue. This is the 2019 International Women’s Day campaign theme. Gender balance is essential for economies and communities to thrive.  The Community Associations Institute government affairs team is...
2019 Federal Legislative Priorities

2019 Federal Legislative Priorities

Community associations are subject to state laws that control how associations are developed, governed and managed. This state-based statutory framework has proven successful because it is predicated on the principle of local control over land-use and property decisions. While the community association housing model has a state statutory framework, there are federal issues impacting community associations. Therefore, we’ve identified federal priorities for 2019.

2019 State Legislative Priorities Released

While the federal government shutdown enters its third week; state governments legislative sessions have started.  By the end of this week, 33 state legislative sessions will have started.  CAI is already tracking hundreds of legislative proposals impacting the community association housing model.

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