Corporate PAC managers may soon find that the universe of employees who receive corporate PAC solicitations has unexpectedly shrunk. In July 2015, the Department of Labor proposed new regulations that would dramatically increase the number of workers entitled to overtime wages. The Department of Labor estimates that, under the new regulations, approximately 5 million new white collar workers could receive overtime pay. Currently, salaried employees are not entitled to overtime pay if they perform certain duties and are paid at least $455 per week (the equivalent of $23,600 annually). Under the proposed regulations, the duties test would remain the same but the salary threshold would increase to $921 per week/$47,892 annually. This salary threshold would also be adjusted year-to-year, pegged at the 40th percentile of weekly earnings of full-time salaried workers.