Wage And Hour Land Mines In A 24/7 Connected
World Webinar - Management / Human Resources / Compensation Webinar
For many people the days of the nine-to-five,
40-hour workweek are a thing of the past. Even though an employee may only be in
the office for 40 hours, thanks to today’s technology, it’s almost impossible to
completely get away from work.
With this in mind, how can you ensure that you’re accurately compensating your
employees for the time they’re working when they’re not technically on the
clock? It’s a tricky area, one that can lead to hefty penalties and costly
lawsuits if you’re not careful. And that’s exactly why you can’t afford to miss
Wage and Hour Land Mines in a 24/7 Connected World.
Navigate tricky payroll situations with confidence and self-assuredness
—we’ll show you how!
Wage and Hour Land Mines in a 24/7 Connected World is a one-hour webinar that
will give you all the information you need to make sure you’re protecting your
organization and properly compensating employees for time worked, even when
they’re not technically on the clock. Sign up and you’ll learn how to:
- Use case studies and DOL opinion letters to
determine what an employee should be paid for
- Accurately compensate employees for emails,
phone calls, etc. that take place “off the clock”
- Prevent audits and lawsuits regarding wage and
- And more!
Make sure you’re compensating your employees
correctly — and protecting your organization at the same time.
Consider the following scenario: An employee has gone home for the day, but
there’s an emergency that requires her expertise after hours. She doesn’t return
to work, but guides another employee still at the office over the phone. As
she’s an hourly employee, how do you compensate her for this time? Are you sure?
If you’re not 100% rock-solid sure that you know how to treat this situation,
then you can’t miss out on Wage and Hour Land Mines in a 24/7 Connected World.
Don’t wait, sign up now!
A Look At Your Agenda:
- How to weigh the benefits of nonexempt
employees having mobile devices against the potential liability from
- Why wage and hour class actions have become
the preferred form of litigation (and settlements) for plaintiffs’ attorneys
who like to live in big houses and drive expensive cars
- The requirements of the Fair Labor Standards
Act (FLSA) and how to research your state’s wage and hour law — along with
determining which law pertains to your workforce
- How to apply the legal definitions of exempt
and nonexempt employees to your workforce — and what to do if you don’t like
the outcome of that exercise
- Evaluating the benefits of nonexempt employees
having mobile devices vs. the liability risks
- How to avoid being a target — what risk
assessment actions need to be taken right now
- What to do if you are hit with a wage and hour
audit by the Department of Labor or served with a wage and hour case
Webinar Time: Webinars last 60-90 minutes
Q & A Session!
Upon enrolling in the webinar, you will have the opportunity to submit your
questions via e-mail. Time permitting, your trainer will address questions from
webinar participants. Many questions will be addressed in the Webinar itself.
Others will be addressed in the supporting materials that will be available
exclusively to webinar participants.
Your confirmation will be delivered via e-mail, so an e-mail address is
required for registration.
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webinar, you’ll receive an email with specific instructions, a Web link, and a
unique enrollment ID that you’ll use to connect to the webinar.