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FLSA Overtime Update for Nonprofits
July 26, 2016 • 2:00-3:30 PM ET



Starting December 1, 2016, employers (including nonprofits) will have to raise the salary of most exempt employees above $47,476—or convert them to overtime-eligible status. Their titles and positions with the organization don’t matter: they will be eligible for overtime pay. 

That’s why the FLSA overtime rule represents such a major challenge for already-strained budgets.  Just think of the potential overtime exposure for staffing lobbying activities, conferences and events the way you’ve done in the past. Imagine the implications for salary costs, job descriptions, workplace policies and payroll practices. No wonder so many organizations have expressed concerns about fallout from the rule.

Despite the concerns and confusion, you’ve still got to meet the December deadline; you must still figure out how to make the finances work. Let a top HR attorney show you how to do both—in time to make the difference.

Register now for FLSA Overtime Update for Nonprofits.

This 90-minute webinar provides practical insights on how FLSA overtime regulations are expected to change payroll costs, compliance obligations and even nonprofit business models. Employment law and nonprofit governance expert Julia Judish will explain how to prepare for what’s ahead as the new rule

converts millions of currently exempt employees into overtime-eligible non-exempt employees.

How will you cover costs and comply?  You’ll explore potential overtime “fallout” in areas such as compensation, benefits, payroll processes, and even in workspaces and how to staff lobbying activities and conferences. You’ll learn strategies to put in place now to help ease implementation and compliance. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now for expert guidance on minimizing the costs, risks and confusion of the new FLSA overtime regulations, including:

  • Changes employers must make before 12/1/16 to comply
  • Which categories of exempt employees are and aren’t affected by the overtime regulation
  • What you should do NOW to prepare
  • Options for handling the compensation of newly overtime-eligible employees and limiting the impact on your payroll costs
  • How the new regulation is likely to change your workplace culture and policies
  • Your potential liability for handling overtime incorrectly

While no one can say for certain exactly how the new overtime rule will play out for nonprofits, you can plan ahead to minimize the impact. Don’t miss this chance to put the best payroll, FLSA compliance and business-model strategies in place—before the December 1 deadline. 

Register now for FLSA Overtime Update for Nonprofits.

Meet Your Webinar Leader
Julia Judish
 is Special Counsel with Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, in their Washington, DC office. Ms. Judish’s practice focuses on employment law and nonprofit governance. Her employment practice covers all facets of the employment relationship, and she serves as a trusted advisor to clients.  Ms. Judish provides critical and strategic counseling to ensure compliance, to address sensitive employment issues, and to resolve and defuse employment-related disputes, with the goal of avoiding litigation where possible, and, where matters proceed to court, placing the employer in the strongest litigation posture. Her advice is informed by her experience litigating in state and federal courts, representing clients in arbitration and mediation proceedings, and investigating and defending claims before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and local human rights agencies. 

Who Should Attend
This webinar is of value to all nonprofit employers, including trade associations, individual membership associations and association attorneys and consultants. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • CEOs and EDs
  • Directors of Operations
  • Directors of Human Resources
  • Office Managers
  • In-house Counsel
  • HR Consultants

Register now!


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Qty. Price Product Name
$215.00 FLSA Overtime Update for Nonprofits: (Available for 12 months after 07.26.16)
$1397.00 The Association Webinar Training Pass (Includes 12 months of unlimited live and archived webinars)