Speaking Engagement by Lynn SchonbergBenefits of Attending
When can deductions be made from exempt employee’s pay? Do on-call employees have to be paid for the time spent waiting to work? How is overtime calculated for a non-exempt employee who works more than one job with different pay rates? Sorting through the wage and hour rules can be a formidable task even for the seasoned attorney.
This valuable seminar will give you the answers to these and other questions. Learn what state, local and federal wage and hour laws apply to your client’s situation. Find out what qualifies for exemptions under the FLSA. Get definitive answers to your questions about what qualifies as hours worked and how to create amenable standards for time off. Discover how to address special issues like working with independent contractors and constructing effective employee retention programs. Come away with a clear understanding of how to devise an acceptable compensation plan. This is a targeted seminar you won't want to miss!
Make sure your employment law knowledge is all it can be:
- Review state, local and federal laws to make sure you're in compliance
- Get the details you need to know about exemptions under the FLSA
- Discover how to determine if the work in an administrative position is exempt
- Examine methods for creating alternative work schedules
- Can employers require direct deposit? Find out here!
- Take home detailed information on reimbursement for employee expenses
- Gain valuable insight into implementing a PTO bank
Call 1-800-930-6182, Monday-Friday, 7 AM - 5 PM central time
Fax the completed registration form to 715-835-1405 anytime!
Mail the completed registration form to NBI, P.O. Box 3067, Eau Claire, WI 54702
Secure on-line registration or more information can be obtained at NBI's website.