New FLSA Overtime Rules: What HR and Their Employers Need to Do

Employment law expert Melissa Fleischer will explain the new FLSA Overtime Rule. She will provide an in-depth overview of the final rule and offer advice on methods for employers to ensure compliance with these revisions to the FLSA. You will learn how to comply and avoid lawsuits and fines.

What You'll Learn

  • Overview of the Final Rule overtime revisions and what they could mean for employers
  • New salary thresholds and their effective dates
  • How the Final Rule will change the classification of many of your current employees, resulting in higher overtime costs
  • Methods for properly classifying your employees based on the Final Rule revisions to the FLSA regarding the “white-collar” exemptions
  • Changes the Final Rule will make concerning the “white-collar” exemptions
  • Best practices for properly classifying your employees as exempt in light of the changes the Final Rule will implement
  • Litigation challenges to the DOL Final OT Rule

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    Tuesday, September 17, 2024; 11:00 AM Eastern

    Session scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.

    INFORMATION
    Training Overview

    Learn from an Attorney: Understanding New FLSA Overtime Rules 2024

    Four million additional workers now qualify for overtime pay, thanks to the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new overtime rule. Many of your employees now likely need to be reclassified from exempt to non-exempt. It is crucial for employers to correctly classify their employees, as failing to pay overtime carries significant risks. Employers could be liable for back wages, be fined, and potentially even required to pay employee legal expenses. Additionally, depending on state laws, further penalties may apply.


    This webinar will help HR and their employers understand and prepare for compliance with the new final overtime rule. It will cover significant changes, including the new salary threshold, and the reclassification of many of your employees from exempt to non-exempt, making them eligible for overtime.

    • Overview of the Final Rule overtime revisions and what they could mean for employers
    • New salary thresholds and their effective dates
    • How the Final Rule will change the classification of many of your current employees, resulting in higher overtime costs
    • Methods for properly classifying your employees based on the Final Rule revisions to the FLSA regarding the “white-collar” exemptions
    • Changes the Final Rule will make concerning the “white-collar” exemptions
    • Best practices for properly classifying your employees as exempt in light of the changes the Final Rule will implement
    • Litigation challenges to the DOL Final OT Rule
    Recommended Audience
    Who Should Attend?
    • Human resources professionals
    • Business owners
    • Plant managers
    • Operations managers
    • Employee relations staff
    • Location managers
    • Division supervisors
    • Supervisors
    • Chief executives
    • Executive directors
    • Board members
    • Senior management
    • Managers
    • Development staff
    • Program directors
    APPROVAL AND VALIDITY
    Credits
    • This program has been approved for 1.0 general recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
    • This program is valid for 1.0 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.
    What's included
    Training includes
    • 1.0 HRCI, 1.0 SHRM
    • Certificate of Attendance
    • All resources and training materials
    About

    Expert Presenter

    Melissa Fleischer
    • Management-side employment attorney
    • Over twenty years of experience representing clients in employment law discrimination litigation
    • President and Founder, HR Learning Center LLC, an organization that offers training seminars, webinars, and consulting on a wide range of workplace and human resources issues
    • JD Degree from the George Washington University School of Law

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