Sunday, November 19, 2017

Proposed Changes to the FLSA:
Preparing for the Dramatic Impact on Associations
Recorded on December 8, 2015



What will happen to your payroll costs if the minimum salary threshold for overtime exemption doubles? What if the duty test for exemption also changes dramatically? You could find yourself facing both challenges as early as 2016.

That’s because the Department of Labor is well on its way to finalizing proposed changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act. These changes would convert millions of exempt employees into non-exempt employees eligible for overtime. Imagine the impact on all employers—especially on associations that engage in so many weekend and evening events and can’t easily shift higher labor costs to members.

Even though there’s still much confusion over what’s coming, you can’t afford to “wait and see.” You must take steps now to anticipate the potential impact on everything from payroll and administrative costs to time and task tracking. Here’s where to start.

Register now for Proposed Changes to the FLSA: Preparing for the Dramatic Impact on Associations.

What FLSA overtime changes are heading your way? What steps should you take right now to manage your potential exposure to dramatically increased overtime costs? In this 90-minute webinar, employment law expert Julia Judish helps for-profit employers and tax-exempt nonprofits prepare.

Clear the confusion and know your options.  You’ll learn exactly how DOL is proposing to change the FLSA and when implementation is likely to begin. You’ll explore your own best options for managing the impact of these changes on your costs and business model. You’ll know what steps to take right away.  In addition, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now to prepare for FLSA changes that could be coming as early as 2016, including:

  • The Department of Labor’s specific proposals for changing millions of currently exempt employees into overtime-eligible non-exempt employees
  • What additional changes to FLSA classifications the Department of Labor is considering
  • Actions you can take now to prepare for the coming changes
  • Options for managing the impact of the regulatory changes once they become law
  • What NOT to do in response to the regulations
  • Your potential scope of liability for getting it wrong

Bottom line: the proposed FLSA changes could have a profound impact on all employers—and especially on associations. From paying more in overtime, to having your employees work fewer hours, you must be assessing the impact and the smartest way to respond.  Don’t miss this opportunity to get expert guidance that makes it easier for you to make the right decisions in time to make a difference.

Register now for Proposed Changes to the FLSA: Preparing for the Dramatic Impact on Associations.

Meet Your Webinar Leader
Julia Judish
 is Special Counsel in Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP’s Employment practice and is located in the Washington, DC office. Her practice covers all facets of the employment relationship and includes both counseling and litigation. Ms. Judish's experience includes the Fair Labor Standards Act and wage and hour laws, the Family and Medical Leave Act and other leave entitlements, noncompetition agreements, contract disputes, restructurings and reductions in force, the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, employment policies, and employee discipline. Ms. Judish’s 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. Ms. Judish also represents many non-profit organizations on both employment and governance issues.

Who Should Attend
This webinar is of value to all for-profit employers, tax-exempt organizations and associations, and their advisors. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • Directors of human resources
  • Directors of operations
  • CEOs and EDs
  • Office managers
  • In-house counsel
  • HR Consultants

Don't wait, register your entire team today!

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$215.00 Proposed Changes to the FLSA: OnDemand Recording (Active for 12 months from 12.08.15)
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