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Are you in compliance?

Employers that violate the FLSA can face substantial liability. Avoid these types of costly lawsuits with this strategic webinar, the third in IPMA-HR’s Essentials of Employment Labor Law series. Register now!

The latest news from Assessment Services Review

Background checks continue to be a source of litigation. Read about the latest developments related to background investigations in employment contexts in this month's edition of the Assessment Services Review.

Available On-demand

Watch this critical webinar--now available on-demand--to learn more about the new FLSA proposed rule regarding overtime and its impact on the public sector. Issues key to public sector managers are discussed.

Grow. Advance. Lead.

Download your free copy of the 2015 Professional Development brochure, and you'll have all the information you need to advance your public sector HR career!

International Training Conference & Expo 2015

Save the date! Our annual International Training Conference & Expo starts September 26. Register now to save $100!

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2015 Oct. 14th 1:00pm

🏠 How to Avoid FLSA Lawsuits

Nationwide, plaintiffs’ lawyers file more lawsuits alleging violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) than any other type of employment law violation. And the penalties for these types of violations can quickly reach six, even seven figures. Learn how you can avoid these types of costly lawsuits by employing a few easy steps. Register Now

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2015 Sep. 30th 11:43am

October 2015 Issue of HR News is Now Available to Members Online

Check out the latest issue of HR News, which focuses on providing some great insights and ideas for what you can do to develop a successful employee engagement program for your own agency. 

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2015 Sep. 8th 4:38pm

IPMA-HR and IMLA Submit Comments on the Department of Labor's Proposed Rulemaking on Overtime Pay

On September 3, the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR) and the International Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA) submitted a second round of comments on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking issued on July 6, 2015 by the U.S. Department of Labor to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) regulations implementing the exemption from minimum wage and overtime pay for executive, administrative, professional, outside sales, and computer employees. 

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2015 Sep. 2nd 12:08pm

September 2015 Issue of HR News is Now Available to Members Online

This issue of HR News aims to address  IT and social media challenges that many public sector HR professionals face.

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2015 Aug. 28th 12:45pm

2015 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey Executive Summary and Webinar Presentation Now Available Online!

Employers have traditionally viewed healthcare benefits, retirement, and work-life balance...

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