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Wage and Hour - Are Your Pay Policies Compliant?
Federal court data shows that 90 percent of all state and federal class or collective actions filed in the United States are wage-and-hour claims. In 2010, the average settlement in the top 10 reported wage-and-hour class and collective actions was $34 million. The federal Fair Labor Standards Act applies to practically every employer in the United States and covers pay issues involving overtime (authorized and not), employer errors that affect an employee’s exempt status, record-keeping mandates, travel time, and much more. Enforcement of wage and hour law has become a top priority for the United States Department of Labor and state counterparts. If you violate the rules, the penalty can exceed 100 percent of the unpaid wages and you may have to pay the employee’s attorneys’ fees! Learn how to scrutinize your business policies now so that you will not be the next victim. What you learn here can help you avoid triggering a Department of Labor audit.

What You'll Learn:
• When employees can be paid a salary and when they must be paid hourly
• The impact of job titles on your legal obligations
• When unpaid interns are allowed
• Whether a salaried employee is exempt from overtime
• Payment requirements for unauthorized overtime
• What time and pay records employers must keep and for how long
• And much more valuable information

Join this live 60-minute webinar as nationally recognized employment attorney, Robert G. Brody, Esq., provides guidance for Human Resources professionals, Supervisors, Managers, Executive Team Members, Business Owners, and Lawyers on these crucial issues.
02/13/2013 1:00 pm o'clock
02/13/2013 2:00 pm o'clock
Louise Peter
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Who should participate:

  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Business Executives
  • Business Owners
  • In-House Attorneys

What you will learn:

  • Why you need to pay your employees properly
  • How to determine who is an employee
  • How to classify exempt versus non-exempt employees
  • What to do if you’re audited
  • How to preventing an agency audit with a self-audit

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U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division
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