FLSA FINAL OT RULE ISSUED SEPTEMBER 24, 2019 BY DOL: EMPLOYERS MUST COMPLY BY JANUARY 1, 2020

FLSA FINAL OT RULE ISSUED SEPTEMBER 24, 2019 BY DOL: EMPLOYERS MUST COMPLY BY JANUARY 1, 2020
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July 23, 2020
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11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. EST
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FINAL FLSA OVERTIME RULE ISSUED BY DOL ON SEPTEMBER 24, 2019-LEARN HOW TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE TODAY

Not only can the FLSA be very tricky, but in addition, the Department of Labor has now issued the final FLSA overtime rule on September 24, 2019.  Previously, the DOL issued on March 7, 2019 a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for the Final FLSA Overtime rule that was put on hold back in December 2016 by a nationwide injunction against implementation of the final rule. This webinar will help employers prepare for how to ensure compliance with this FLSA final overtime rule that will be effective January 1, 2020 and explain the changes that employers need to understand and prepare for. The last time that the FLSA was revised was back in 2004 and things have been the same for employers since that time.   The FLSA Final Overtime Rule makes significant changes in which of your employees will now qualify to be “exempt” and therefore not entitled to overtime. More significant though is the fact that many of your employees who were previously treated as exempt will now be converted to non-exempt employees and thus entitled to overtime. This is a change that may end up costing employers dearly.   With all of the changes, employers now more than ever will be required to understand how to properly classify their employees as exempt or nonexempt, under the Final overtime Rule issued September 24, 2019. This webinar will also go through in-depth the proper way to classify your employees as exempt vs. non-exempt based on the FLSA Final OT rule.   Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, as she provides this in-depth overview of the Final Rule and advice on methods for employers to ensure compliance with these revisions to the FLSA by the effective date, January 1, 2020.  

 

Some of the many practical tips you will receive in this informative webinar:

 

  • Analysis and overview of the 2019 FLSA Final Rule overtime revisions and what they could mean for employers
  • How the Final Rule will change the classification of many of your current employees resulting in your paying more in overtime
  • Methods for properly classifying your employees based on the Final Rule revisions to the FLSA with regard to the “white-collar” exemptions
  • What changes will the Final Rule make with regard to the “white-collar “exemptions
  • Analysis of the new FLSA Final Overtime Rule with regard to the Executive, Administrative and Professional white-collar exemptions
  • Best practices for properly classifying your employees as exempt in light of changes the FLSA Final 2019 OT rule has made
  • When will the new proposed final OT rule take effect for employers
  • And much more…..

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN DURING OUR 60 MINUTE HR WEBINAR:

  • In-depth Review of changes that took effect under the Final Rule on Overtime to FLSA January 1, 2020
  • Analysis of how 2020 Final Rule on Overtime Impacts Employers
  • Analysis of Final Rule and what it means
  • Employees as Exempt under Final Rule Issued September 24, 2019 and Effective January 1, 2020
  • Three Criteria of Exempt Status
  • Understanding the Duties Test
  • Learn about the Final Rule on Overtime to the FLSA that will cause employers to have to pay more overtime
  • How Salary level test has been raised under the new FLSA Final Rule 
  • Executive Exemption: what is management and how many employees must the executive supervise
  • Examples of Executive Exemptions
  • Administrative Exemption: what is management or general business operations and what is discretion and independent judgment
  • Examples of Administrative Exemptions
  • Professional Exemption: who is a Learned Professional and who is a Creative Professional
  • Computer Employees: what makes them exempt?
  • Outside Sales Employees: what are the requirements?
  • Highly Compensated Employees: How Did the Final Rule Change this Exemption
  • The Importance of a Compliance Review
  • Liability for Non-Compliance

HR Learning Center's  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

 

Who Should Attend This Informative Webinar:

  • HR Professionals
  • VP of Human Resources
  • HR Generalists
  • General Counsel
  • Line Managers
  • Business Owners
  • Attorneys