Overtime overdue?

Selvam, Ashok
March 2013
Modern Healthcare;3/18/2013, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the proposed federal rule which would make medically related tasks of homecare workers in the U.S. eligible for overtime. It highlights the impact of a federal exemption for companion services on the wages of home health aides such as Charlean Nichols who works for Home Instead Senior Care. The call for increased wages for home health aides was opposed by home-care trade groups that claim they cannot afford a salary hike.


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