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New Overtime Rules & Pay Scenarios: Do I have to pay my employees for that?
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When: 7/14/2016
12 PM
United States

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In May 2016, the Department of Labor (DOL) published new rules that will increase the minimum salary requirement  to be considered exempt from overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The DOL estimates that approximately 4.2 million workers will be impacted. While the final rules don’t take effect until December 1, 2016, employers should act now to assess the impact on their business and develop a plan for compliance.

Now is also a good time to ensure that your pay practices comply with the FLSA. Classifying workers and knowing when to pay employees for time spent traveling, in training, or during rest breaks can be confusing.  In this one-hour presentation we will cover: 
An overview of the FLSA • Exempt vs. non-exempt status • The DOL’s changes to exemption criteria • New minimum salary requirements effective December 2016 • Options for complying with the final rules • How the final rules impact policies and practices related to after hours work, overtime and time tracking • Independent contractor vs. employee tests • How to handle pay related to off-the-clock work, travel, training and more.

Approved for 1 HRCI and SHRM credit. One CPE credit will be offered with this webcast.

Field of Study: Administrative Practice
CPE Credit: 1 Hour 
Course Level: Overview
Prerequisite / Advanced Knowledge: None
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based

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Tara Wolckenhauer
Division Vice President of Human Resources
Aldor H. Delp
Division Vice President & General Manager

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