Our HR Manager, Christina Zaberto was featured in the Newsday article below:
Written By: Jamie Herzlich
“As of Dec. 31, 2019, minimum wage on Long Island increases from $12 an hour to $13 an hour, and more employees will be eligible to receive overtime pay because the salary threshold to exempt certain employees from overtime increases. On Long Island, employees must make at least $50,700 ($975 weekly) to be exempted from overtime pay — up from $46,800 ($900 weekly), says Christina Zaberto, human resources manager with Associated HCM in Plainview. To be exempted, the employee’s job duties also must primarily involve executive, administrative or professional duties as defined by the regulations, she says.”
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