On Monday, May 18, 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor released a final rule, effective immediately, regarding retail and service industry exceptions from overtime for employees primarily paid on commissions. The new rule simply removes two (2) previous provisions which listed industries that the DOL then-viewed as having “no retail concept” or “may be recognized as retail”. Accordingly, a business may now qualify for the exemption if previously listed on the “no retail concept” list. Thus, the DOL will apply the same analysis to all establishments to determine if it is a retail or service establishment. This is great for employers!