John Schembari, a partner in Kutak Rock’s Omaha office, was recently quoted in the Omaha World-Herald article, “Nebraska and Iowa businesses say overtime expansion would cut hours and promotions” article posted on July 1, 2015.
The article explains how a proposed federal rule to make more employees eligible for overtime pay will impact small businesses, nonprofits and restaurant chains, and affect future employment opportunities. In the article, Schembari states “If the proposal goes through, it’s likely to stick. The track record of Congress trying to overturn this administration’s proposals has not been very good.”
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Schembari’s practice concentrates on employee benefits, executive compensation, tax, corporate and privacy law. He works with private, public and governmental employers on their qualified and nonqualified retirement plans, employee stock ownership plans, insured and self-funded health plans, executive and incentive compensation programs and other equity-based compensation arrangements.