Are Your Exempt Employees Really Exempt? What the New DOL Overtime Rule Means for Your Company
Recorded On: 07/14/2016
Business owners are scrambling to understand the new Fair Labor Standards Act rules slated to go into effect this coming December. What's the problem? Under the new rules, many employee earning less than $913 per week will automatically be entitled to overtime!
During this webinar participants will:
- Understand the legal requirements for determining whether an employee is an “exempt” employee
- Understand how to determine whether any of your current exempt employees need to be paid overtime including a review of Job descriptions and job titles—consistency throughout organization and hours worked by the employees, including expectations for off-hours availability
- Understand how to use time sheets properly to keep track of all hours worked
Please join us and hear from attorney Maureen Murphy, partner with Kopon Airdo and Karla Dobbeck, president of Human Resource Techniques to learn what you need to do, how to do it and how to communicate the changes to your staff.
Partner, Kopon Airdo
Maureen represents not for profit and commercial organizations, including corporations, schools, social service organizations and religious institutions. Maureen focuses her practice in employment law, tax law for tax exempt organizations, school law and general corporate law. Maureen has defended numerous claims before the EEOC and state and local human rights agencies and has litigated and tried discrimination and employment cases, tort claims, commercial disputes and Section 1983 claims in state and federal court.
Prior to joining Kopon Airdo, Maureen served as General Counsel for the Archdiocese of Chicago and as senior counsel for its operational affairs, advising and representing Archdiocesan entities in Cook and Lake Counties, including parishes, elementary and secondary schools, the Archdiocesan cemetery system and other agencies. Maureen has also been a frequent presenter at in-house training sessions and at national conferences on employment law.
Human Resource Techniques, Inc.