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Tackling Tricky Wage and Hour Topics

Conquering Employment Law Conundrums Webinar Series

2013

Test your wage and hour prowess by working through several scenarios that address some of the trickier federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) issues faced by Community Action Agencies (CAAs). This practical look at the FLSA will aid CAAs in discovering ways to reduce wage and hour law liability. We will focus on alternative employment arrangements in tough economic times such as furloughs and reductions in an employee’s pay and hours; the accurate classification of Head Start teachers; training and travel time for non-exempt employees; and compliance with the salary basis requirement by avoiding impermissible deductions that can jeopardize an employee’s exempt status.

Presented on: March 13, 2013
Presented by: Rick Pins, Esq., Stinson LLP

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