Exempt and Nonexempt Employees -- Make Sure They Are Properly Classified
Presented by Shlomo D. Katz Esq.
Recorded on: Monday, September 24, 2012
The U.S. Department of Labor and private litigants continue their assault on employers that may be incorrectly treating non-exempt employees as exempt. As a result of these cases and investigations, employers should reexamine their classification procedures to be certain that their executive, administrative, professional, computer and sales staff are being properly compensated.
Now is the time to make sure you are in compliance by doing a thorough review and correcting all potential violations within your workforce.
This 90-minute interactive webinar will teach you how to conduct a thorough review, how to identify potential violations, how to come into compliance, how to make systemic corrections that will reduce future problems and how to lessen the risk of costly lawsuits and enforcement actions.
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Shlomo D. Katz Esq.
Shlomo D. Katz Esq. is Counsel in the Washington, D.C., office of the international law firm of Brown Rudnick LLP, where he practices wage and hour law, and commercial and government procurement law and litigation. Mr. Katz’s wage and hour experience includes the following: advising employers on compliance with the minimum wage, working time, and overtime requirements of the FLSA; advising employers on compliance with the prevailing wage and fringe benefit requirements of the Service Contract Act and Davis-Bacon Act; and defending employers in litigation and DOL investigations under the above laws, as well as the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act. Mr. Katz has successfully litigated before federal, state, and local courts and administrative tribunals. He is co-author of Fair Labor Standards Handbook for States, Local Governments and Schools; Employer’s Guide to the Fair Labor Standards Act; Public Employer’s Guide to FLSA Employee Classification; and FLSA Employee Exemption Handbook, all published by Thompson Information Services. He also serves on the editorial advisory board for the monthly newsletters of all four publications and contributes regular expert commentary on wage and hour trends.
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