Exempt Vs Non-Exempt: Understanding FLSA
Classification Standards Webinar - Human Resources / Employment Law Training Webinar
Deciding between exempt and nonexempt:
Classify employees incorrectly and it will cost you big-time … it may even land
you in court!
If you’re confused about which employees are exempt and which are nonexempt,
you’re not alone. Many companies are making costly classification mistakes and
are paying a hefty price in back pay and lawsuits. As an HR professional, you’re
probably well aware of the burden of making sure your employee classifications
Still, FLSA is confusing, and knowing where to go to get your questions answered
has been a mystery. That is, until now!
Get the facts you need about FLSA, overtime, and exemption classifications
In just one hour, this Webinar will teach you everything you need to know about
FLSA’s complex employee classification standards.
You’ll leave with a clear understanding of which employees are considered exempt
and which should be nonexempt — the first step in protecting your organization
from back-pay responsibilities and lawsuits. You’ll also get powerful how-to’s
for conducting an internal audit. Plus, you’ll learn what mistakes other
companies have made and how to avoid making those same mistakes yourself.
Led by an engaging certified employment law specialist, Ron Rakowski, this is
sure to be one of the best training investments you’ll make all year.
A Glimpse at What You'll Learn:
FLSA — An Overview
- What is the Fair Labor Standards Act and what
does it say?
- Why does FLSA exist?
- Who’s covered by FLSA?
- 2004: DOL changes to FLSA that affected
- The 6 exempt classifications under FLSA
- Rewarding exempt employees for extra work
- Circumstances for which you can suspend pay
for exempt employees
- 7 basic rules for nonexempt employee
- The rules of paid vs. unpaid time for
FLSA Issues in the News and in the Courts
- A glimpse at recent cases that spotlight the
importance of FLSA compliance
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.
Within 2-3 business days after registering for a National Seminars Training
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.