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Wage & Hour
Wage & Hour Law 2017: Classifications, Overtime & the New DOL Changes
Find out if you're at risk — and what to do about it.
Misclassified employees … unpaid off-the-clock work … overtime mistakes … is your company vulnerable?
More than 70% of employers are currently violating the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in one way or another, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. It's best to identify your mistakes BEFORE a government agency or employee lawsuit does it for you!
Discover if you're at risk – and what to do about it – with our updated webinar, Wage & Hour Law 2017: Classifications, Overtime & the New DOL Changes. Attorney Anniken Davenport, who literally wrote the book on wage-and-hour compliance, offers practical, step-by-step compliance advice for your organization.
Wage-and-hour law is facing some of its biggest changes in a generation.
While President Trump's DOL will likely be less aggressive when it comes to FLSA enforcement, wage-and-hour violations are actually expected to INCREASE in the coming years. The reason: More employees will bring their pay complaints to private attorneys, and state agencies will be stepping up their enforcement.
Plus, what's happening with the big federal changes to overtime law? The proposed doubling of the salary threshold to over $47,000 is currently still frozen in the courts. Many employers have gone ahead and complied with the law. Should you? If you have, should you rescind the changes? What risks does each option carry?
Learn how to master the ins and outs of complex wage-and-hour laws. You'll discover:
Find (and defuse) your payroll mistakes before they trigger a lawsuit or government investigation. Get your copy of Wage & Hour Law 2017 now!
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