Wage and hour issues can be tricky. One wrong decision regarding an employee's compensation or classification can lead to a complaint with the Department of Labor (DOL). Know the rules and intricacies of the law to protect your business.
Exempt vs. Nonexempt Employees
Learn to define exempt versus nonexempt positions, and the implications of employee classification for your business, especially when it comes to overtime pay.
John G. Zandy, Partner, Wiggin & Dana
Wage Payment Issues
We’ll discuss the many issues that affect your employees’ paychecks, including weather-related closings, garnishments, changing deductions, military leave, FMLA, and terminations.
Patricia E. Reilly, Shareholder, Littler Mendelson PC
Recording, Defining, and Counting Hours Worked
An examination of required recordkeeping practices and situations that affect how you calculate hours worked. We’ll address how to handle employees punching in early or late, compensatory time, overtime, training hours, travel time, and on-call employees.
Pamela J. Moore, Partner, McCarter & English LLP
Temps, Independent Contractors, Telecommuters, and Other Special Cases
We’ll review nontraditional employment situations and how wage and hour rules apply to special cases such as those involving independent contractors, temporary employees, telecommuters, and job sharing.
Gabriel J. Jiran, Partner, Shipman & Goodwin
What to Expect from the DOL
Learn what the DOL looks at when presented with a complaint and how you can prepare for the investigation.
Ron Marquis, Assistant Director, Wage and Workplace Standards, Connecticut DOL
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