25 July 2012 – Fort Worth, TX- (Kazor.com) -
Every company knows the rule that an employer must pay non-exempt workers time and a half for hours worked over forty in a workweek. But employers still have difficulty in defining terms such as non-exempt or hours worked. Employers also frequently make mistakes in calculating the overtime owed sometimes resulting in the employer paying too much but often resulting in the employer not paying enough. The Department of Labor has been focused on employers violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act. And, lawsuits have significantly increased.federal employment laws Employers are still finding it difficult to calculate whether they owe overtime and how to pay overtime correctly.
This webinar will assist you in identifying which employees are entitled to overtime, how to calculate hours worked and will address methods of compensating for overtime worked straight workweek methods, fluctuating workweek methods, and even Belo contracts.
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
- What does the FLSA require? Who is exempt from its coverage?
- What is a workweek for purposes of overtime calculation? Are there any exceptions?
- What are hours worked? What does it mean to suffer or permit someone to work?
- Do you have to pay for unauthorized overtime?
- How can you decrease your overtime liability and still be legal?
- What does it mean to pay someone a salary? Why cant you just pay a straight salary to cover overtime hours?
Who Will Benefit:
All companies both private and governmental will benefit from this webinar. Every company with employees will find at some point that it will have a problem that arises from an employees use of social networking sites.
- HR Managers
- Labor department
- federal fair labor standards act
Susan Fahey Desmond, has been representing management in all areas of labor and employment law since her graduation from the University Of Tennessee School Of Law since 1985. She is listed in Best Lawyers in America for Labor and federal employment laws and has been named by Chambers USA as one of Americas leading business lawyers in Labor and Employment Law. She is also listed in Mid-South Super Lawyers.
Susan Fahey Desmond is a shareholder in the Firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group and works from the firms Gulf Coast office. She is a graduate of the University of Mississippi (B.A., 1982) and the University Of Tennessee School Of Law (J.D., 1985). Ms. Desmond is a member of the Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Florida and Colorado Bar Associations. She is also a member of the Federal and American (member, Labor and Employment Law Section; past chair, Labor Committee; Executive Council Coordinator, Young Lawyers Section; member, Torts and Insurance Practice Section; member, Emerging Issues Committee) Bar Associations.federal fair labor standards act Ms. Desmond has served as a director for both The Mississippi Bar Young Lawyers Division and the Jackson Young Lawyers Association.
Company: Overtime Pay and Overtime Laws