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Fair Labor Standards Act: Extending Protections to Home Care Workers
Andrew Sherrill (au)
Older adults and people with disabilities are increasingly receiving care at home, and home care workers are performing increasingly skilled duties. The Department of Labor (DOL) recently revised its Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended (FLSA), regulations to extend minimum wage and overtime protections to more of those home care workers. The Home Care Rule, scheduled to go into effect January 2015, may affect a diverse set of stakeholders, including home care workers, consumers receiving home care services, private home care agencies, and state Medicaid programs. This report examined (1) changes DOL made in the Home Care Rule and factors it considered during the rulemaking process; (2) the potential effects of the rule identified by key stakeholders; and (3) steps DOL has taken to help state Medicaid agencies and other stakeholders understand and comply with the Home Care Rule. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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