There Are 14.5 Million Reasons
You’ll Want to Attend This Seminar!
Did you know that one New England company was slapped with $14.5 million dollars in fines and penalties solely because of the “employer’s misapplication of the basic principles of the FLSA”? And, even though the company had simply made an honest mistake in its interpretation of the laws, that didn’t make writing a $14.5 million dollar check any easier for the company owners.
It’s rulings like these, and the thousands of others that are made against companies just like yours every day, that make FLSA Compliance Update 2006 potentially the most important training you’ll attend all year!
Join us for this quick-hitting, one-day update and ensure your company’s compliance with one of the most complex and far-reaching sets of rules and regulations on the books today!
Gain the Expert Insight of a Real FLSA Professional
When you attend this training, rest assured that your trainer is a seasoned professional with an extensive background in dealing with the complexities of FLSA. A true pro in every sense of the word.
You'll learn foolproof shortcuts and strategies to ensure every one of your employees is classified correctly under FLSA guidelines (the #1 mistake all companies make across the country) … whether exempt employees are allowed to perform nonexempt work and still stay exempt … and how to interpret those maddening gray areas in the law that trip up even the most well-meaning businesses!
Avoid Costly Fines, Penalties, and Embarrassment From FLSA Noncompliance
You’ll also learn how to keep your records updated, accurate, and complete, which may be your best defense if you ever find yourself in a court of law! You’ll discover firsthand what information the courts are demanding to see from companies like yours – and most importantly, how to get that information immediately if it’s not in your records right now!
Sure, you may not ever get hit with a multimillion dollar fine like that unfortunate company we’ve already mentioned. But, do you want to stand up in front of your senior management group and explain why an employee – or a group of employees – brought a lawsuit against your company for FLSA violations that occurred under your watch? Probably not.
Don’t wait! Enroll today and gain the peace of mind that comes from knowing you’re doing everything right in complying with complicated and confusing FLSA standards! Don’t make a million dollar – or a $14.5 million dollar – mistake! Register right now!
What You'll Learn:
- Classify all your employees correctly (full-time, part-time, independent contractors and more)
- Create self-audit controls that eliminate FLSA compliance mistakes
- Identify FLSA gray areas that trip up even the most experienced professionals
- Recognize common trouble spots where FLSA conflicts with other regulations
- Use best practices for internally auditing your FLSA procedures
Fair Labor Standards Act Defined
- A history of FLSA
- An overview of current FLSA regulations
- Determining who is and isn’t covered under FLSA
- The layperson’s guide to FLSA terminology
Critical Issues of FLSA Compliance
- Understanding exempt vs. nonexempt classifications
- Ensuring all your employees are classified correctly,
including outside sales staff and contractors
- When your exempt employees can earn overtime
- Cautions for using titles as a classification method for employees
- Guidelines for correctly determining total compensation
levels when dealing with salary, commissions, and bonuses
- The “safe harbor” provision and what it means to
- Dealing with special circumstances, absences, comp time, garnishments, and other confusing situations
- A look at “gray areas” and hotspots causing headaches
How FLSA Regulations Impact/Interact
With Other Rules and Regulations
- Workers’ compensation
- Unemployment insurance
- Other government regulations
- Recognizing common “trouble spots” when
FLSA collides with other regulations
Protecting and Defending Yourself Against
- The top 10 most common FLSA violations
- What you should and shouldn’t do if you’re investigated
for an FLSA violation
- Types of businesses and industries most often targeted
by the DOL
- Understanding how the DOL enforcement looks
for FLSA violations
- The best places to go for FLSA resources
- Tips on writing job descriptions to help keep yourself
out of court
Best Practices on Performing an Internal Audit
- When you should perform an FLSA audit
- What your policies and procedures should include
- Analyzing your current payroll process and what red flags
you should look for
- When and how you should make changes to your
- Reporting your findings
Tips for Keeping Records Accurate and Complete
- Keeping track of exempt employees’ hours
- How to handle problems regarding a final paycheck
- Reducing an employee’s salary, or dealing with suspension
time due to disciplinary measures
- How long you need to keep timecards, employee earnings
statements, and other payroll records
- Timekeeping methods and rounding off
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of satisfaction. If for any reason youre not completely satisfied
with the solid skills, the tips, tools and shortcuts, and the crucial
information you receive during this workshop, well refund your money
in full. Every penny. Guaranteed!
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