Virtual FLSA and Compensable Time: What You Need to Know

Virtual FLSA and Compensable Time: What You Need to Know
Date:
April 23, 2018
Time:
11:00am-12:00 pm EST
Cost:
$350 per computer/phone connection
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The FLSA is one of the most complicated laws for employers to understand especially with what time is compensable and what time is not compensable. In addition, employers need to be aware that wage and hour laws still apply in the 21st Century Digital Age and they need to understand what the impact of this is. What are your obligations regarding when employees have to use their smartphones for e-mails after work hours. Are they entitled to be paid for that off-the-clock time? What practices and procedures do we recommend for how to handle this issue? How can you avoid legal liability for when employees work after hours answering text messages, IM's and e-mails? What about the new DOL app for recording of time. How can this help you or can it hurt you? Learn about the recent cases regarding compensable time and a failure to pay employees for pre-shift and post-shift activities such as reading work e-mails and booting up or powering down computers. Join our informative FLSA webinar to learn our recommendations for best practices for avoiding overtime liability with these employees.

What you will learn in this one hour FLSA HR Webinar:

  • What the rules are regarding off-the-clock work done on blackberries, texts, e-mails etc.
  • What the court cases say regarding off-the-clock work
  • Best Practices for avoiding overtime liability for off-the-clock work
  • What is the new DOL app and will it help or hurt employers?
  • Overview of recent cases on compensable time and failure to pay employees for pre-shift and post-shift activities

HR Learning Center's 60 minute on-line employment law training HR Webinar includes the following:

  • Live on-line training by an experienced employment attorney
  • Power point presentation
  • Hand Outs
  • Certificate of Attendance Forms
  • Question and Answer Session