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Department of Labor Raises Pay Threshold for Exempt Workers to $35K

1.3 million American workers now eligible for overtime pay Earlier this week, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued the final overtime rule to make an additional 1.3 million American workers eligible for overtime pay. The ruling updates earning thresholds. Read More >>

Culture as a Competitive Strategy: Transforming into a Destination Workplace

This time of year, when you hear someone speak about their “destination,” you’re likely to picture warm, sunny, sandy beaches. Chad Voller, our IT Director, has a different destination in mind. “I’m all for enjoying a vacation, but it’s. Read More >>

Building Future Leaders: BMF Introduces Inaugural Summer Leadership Program

August 28, 2016 BMF Insights

“I expected two days of seminars, but what I experienced was hands-on learning—not just about accounting or the firm, but about myself, my leadership style and the opportunities in a regional firm,” said Megan, a participant in “Building My. Read More >>

DOL’s final overtime rule brings sweeping changes

May 31, 2016 The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has released a final rule, effective December 1, 2016, that makes dramatic changes to the determination of which executive, administrative and professional employees — otherwise known as “white-collar workers” —. Read More >>

Regional Firms Must Find New Ways to Recruit Talent

By Eileen Connor-Costilow “Bigger is better.” The American cultural preference that all things big must be best certainly carries through to the accounting industry. This resonates with many job-seekers, who assume careers and job opportunities in the Big Four. Read More >>