With the new FLSA requirements kicking in December 1, 2016, my organization (a state-wide cause-related not-for-profit with approx. 25 staff members) will have roughly half of our employees shift from being "exempt" to being "non-exempt" with respect to FLSA requirements including overtime, etc. (currently only one of our employees is non-exempt). We're working through the legal requirements, etc., but I have to believe that there will be some challenges with that many people suddenly needing to more carefully watch their time (including the currently untracked evening email/phone call time as volunteers from our program make contact outside of business hours). I'm particularly concerned about potential changes in culture caused by this (we currently have a very strong team-focused culture).
Has anyone had any similar situations and, if so, what are some lessons learned that could be of use to us?