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Wage & Hour Bootcamp

 
A New IPMA-HR Legal Webinar Series

 

Empower Yourself with Essential HR Legal Knowledge

The big employment law topic in 2016 is wage and hour audit issues.  More than 8,000 such lawsuits were filed in 2015, many of them class actions.   The federal government will be making significatnt and historic changes to the overtime rules in 2016.

IPMA-HR's Wage and Hour Bootcamp Legal Webinar Series is presented by employment and labor law attorney David Ritter, of Barnes & Thornburg. Ritter has nearly 30 years of experience representing public and private companies in all aspects of labor and employment law and litigation, business; and is listed in Best Lawyers in America.


Legal Webinar Series Benefits

  • Hear "best practice" insights and information on some of the most pressing issues in employment and labor law today.
  • Your entire team can access the training for as little as $79/webinar!
  • The 4-part series is tailored to the real-world needs of human resources professionals and managers.
  • Choose from four attorney-led webinars to help prepare you to handle key challenges in today's workplace.
  • Webinars include valuable reference materials and downloadable presentation slides.

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Earn Educational Credits


HRCI | The Wage and Hour Bootcamp, Legal Webinar Series has been approved for 4 (HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. For more information, visit www.hrci.org.

 

IPMA-CP | This webinar series has been approved for 4 points (1 point per webinar) toward IPMA-CP or IPMA-CS recertification. To learn more, please visit: www.ipma-hr.org/recertification.

 


Who Should Attend?

  • HR Managers and Directors
  • HR Executives
  • HR Generalists
  • Line Managers and Supervisors
  • Legal Staff

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  • Changes in Overtime Rules Are Coming – Are You Ready?
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    • In 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor will implement final regulations that will dramatically impact every workforce in this country. These changes can make approximately 4.6 million more Americans eligible for overtime wages. Come to this session and learn what these changes are and what you should do now to make certain that you are in compliance.
  • Surviving a Wage and Hour Audit
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    • How prepared is your organization if the Department of Labor sends notice that it wants to do a wage and hour audit? Most employers are not ready and, as a result, panic sets in. Preparing for — and surviving — a wage and hour audit is critical in order to minimize or completely avoid wage and hour claims down the road. In this session, we will discuss how you can prepare for a wage and hour audit before receiving notice from the Department of Labor, what to do once an audit letter is received, how to protect the attorney-client privilege, and ways to minimize exposure for your organization.
  • Wage and Hour Litigation: Trends and Tactics 
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    • Understanding litigation trends can help your organization stay ahead of litigation claims and arm you with tactics designed to reduce the risk of liability. We will give you the “lay of the land” and discuss trends, opportunities, risks, and tactics so you can be ready when a wage and hour complaint is served on your organization.
  • Misclassification of Employees & Independent Contractors
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    • The quickest way for an organization to incur significant liability is to misclassify an employee as exempt instead of non-exempt or to treat an employee as an independent contractor. The state and federal departments of labor are watching employers on the issue. Attend this webinar to learn how to avoid misclassification issues.

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2016 Jun. 15th 1:00pm

Surviving a Wage and Hour Audit

Surviving a Wage and Hour Audit

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It can happen at any time, and often incites panic: The Department of Labor has notified you that it will be performing a wage and hour audit of your organization. Your best defense for this dreaded scenario? Preplanning. Understanding the potential scope of the investigation, the type of information the investigator will review, and the location and condition of that information will go a long way toward ensuring your survival.