National Affairs: Hope on Hours

On a talking tour from Manhattan to Seattle and back, Wage & Hour Administrator Elmer Frank Andrews found businessmen worrying most about overtime pay for their higher salaried employes. Back in Washington last week, Elmer Andrews gave employers hope that they may soon be relieved of this wage-hour problem. Off-hand in press conference he indicated that he would accept an amendment to the law, perhaps a plan to remove restrictions on the hours of employes who get over $150 a month, have guaranteed annual vacations and other privileges, yet are not now exempt...

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