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Navigating the DOL’s Proposed Overtime Pay Rule Changes

October 2, 2023 @ 1:00 pm 2:00 pm EDT


This interactive webinar listening session will dive into the U.S. Department of Labor’s proposed rule changes that will directly impact overtime pay policies. Our focus is to provide valuable insights and foster discussions on how these changes might affect social sector organizations and their employees. By participating in this session, attendees can expect:

  • A comprehensive overview of the key provisions of the proposed rule changes, including the new salary thresholds and their implications
  • In-depth discussions on how these changes align with the values and missions of social sector organizations
  • Opportunities to share your perspectives, concerns, and feedback on the proposed rule changes, which will inform Social Current’s response to the DOL

Learn more about the proposed rule by reading this recent federal update article and subscribe to our biweekly Policy and Advocacy Radar newsletter to stay informed.


  • The DOL’s proposed overtime pay rule changes and their relevance to the social sector
  • The potential effects on organizational budgets, employee compensation, and mission fulfillment
  • How to engage in the public comment process and advocate effectively for your organization’s interests
  • A platform to voice your organization’s concerns and contribute to a collective response
  • Connections with like-minded professionals and organizations in the social sector

Who Should Participate

  • Chief executives
  • HR and finance professionals responsible for labor compliance and budgeting
  • Advocacy and policy specialists focused on employment and labor regulations
  • Anyone interested in understanding how the proposed rule changes may impact nonprofits, foundations, and other social sector entities
  • Individuals passionate about advocating for fair labor standards and social responsibility within the sector


Dr. Blair Abelle

Senior Director of Government Affairs
Social Current