New federal overtime rules went into effect today. The Labor Department says about 100,000 workers will lose overtime eligibility. But some critics peg the number at closer to 6 million. Join NPR's Neal Conan as we decipher the new overtime rules.
Leigh Strope, labor writer for the Associated Press
Linda Chavez-Thompson, executive vice president of the AFL-CIO
Alfred Robinson, director of the Labor Department's Wage and Hour Division