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Who should attend FLSA Rules, Regulations, & Classification Standards Audio Conference
HR professionals, employer representatives, managers and supervisors, small business owners, and anyone who is involved with administering FSLA or needs a greater understanding of the law!
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The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) affects
more than 90 million American workers. This federal law regulates a number of
areas of wage and hour law, including minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping,
and child labor standards requirements for both employers and employees. Are you
certain that you are correctly classifying your employees and interpreting all
of aspects of the law correctly?
With all of the rules and regulations involved, specifically with exempt and
nonexempt employee classifications, the FLSA is one of HR's trickiest fields to
navigate. Many organizations struggle with employee classification standards,
and are even further confused by what criteria are used to determine the
appropriate classification. Is the employee salaried or hourly? What are the
employee's job duties and job title? Are other specifics involved? Make even one
mistake administering FLSA, and you could be putting your company at risk.
Can you confidently answer the following questions?
What types of set standards and rules help classify nonexempt employees?
Which employees are provided an exemption from minimum wage and overtime
How should the salary level, salary basis, and job duty tests be applied
to your employees to determine classifications?
Are highly compensated employees classified differently than typical
What is the difference between blue collar employee and white collar
Does pay frequency affect how overtime calculations are determined?
How is overtime pay calculated when a holiday falls during the week?
How are commission-based employees classified?
If you answered "I'm not sure"; or ";I don't know"; to even one question, you
are putting your organization at risk everyday. The number of FLSA lawsuits has
been rapidly increasing over the last several years. Many major companies have
had to pay millions of dollars in back pay and penalties for misclassification
charges. Don't let the same thing happen to you!
Attend this 1-hour Audio Conference and learn practical guidelines for correctly
classifying employees, as well as rules for overtime pay and holiday pay. We'll
also show you how to conduct an internal audit that targets FLSA hot spots, and
look at common classification errors and how to avoid them.
After just one hour of information-packed training with our expert, you
The key elements of the Fair Labor Standards Act
Which types of employees are covered by the FLSA — and which are not
Important factors to consider when classifying employees
Key guidelines for classifying nonexempt employees
When overtime and holiday pay are appropriate or necessary
What work hours and expectations are reasonable for exempt employees
Steps to take when employees dispute their classification
Crucial strategies for avoiding FLSA penalties and back pay lawsuits
Risks and penalties of misclassifying employees
What to do when reclassification is necessary — how to communicate status
changes to managers and employees
Who will benefit?
HR professionals, employer representatives, managers and supervisors, small
business owners, and anyone who is involved with administering FSLA or needs a
greater understanding of the law!
Don't spend another day arbitrarily classifying employees or being unsure
of the decisions you're making. The crucial information provided in this 1-hour
Audio Conference will give you the knowledge and know-how to ensure your company
is protected and legally compliant. Register today for training you — and your
organization — can't afford to miss!