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The misclassification of employees has been a hot topic with the IRS and the Department of Labor for years. This webinar will focus on updated classification rules for employees under both federal and state laws. Every year companies fail to properly classify their workers and such mistakes can be extremely costly. Class action lawsuits claiming millions of dollars in unpaid wages are filed each year alleging that employers have failed to pay overtime because workers are misclassified as  (see full course description)

 
 

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Objectives of the Presentation

FSLA guidelines for classification of hourly workers
Identifying exempt versus non-exempt employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act
Determining who is exempt and who is non-exempt in your workforce
Understanding the definitions under both state and federal law of the exempt and non-exempt classifications
Structuring jobs to avoid confusion between the various classifications
Consequences of misclassifications
In-depth review of changes that would have taken effect under the Final Rule on Overtime to FLSA
Understanding the requirements for different exemption classifications and how to meet them
Meeting the test to satisfy each class of exemption

Why Should you Attend

In order to avoid legal exposure that comes with misclassifying an employee, or group of employees, employers should be familiar with the limits of each category of workers as defined in either the state or federal rules. Aside from back-pay and benefits that would be due and payable to a misclassified employee or group of employees, there can also be substantial penalties that drive up the cost of classification errors.

Areas Covered

Executive Exemption: Making sure your employee meets this test
Administrative exemption: Defining management or general business operations and what is discretion and independent judgment
Exempt employees of education establishments
Professional exemption: Who is a learned professional and who is a creative professional
Computer employees: What makes certain of them exempt
Outside sales employees: What are the requirements for outside sales employees
Highly compensated employees: Meeting the test
State vs. Federal requirements for salary basis test

Seminar Summary:

The misclassification of employees has been a hot topic with the IRS and the Department of Labor for years. This webinar will focus on updated classification rules for employees under both federal and state laws. Every year companies fail to properly classify their workers and such mistakes can be extremely costly. Class action lawsuits claiming millions of dollars in unpaid wages are filed each year alleging that employers have failed to pay overtime because workers are misclassified as  (see full course description)

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