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The United States Department of Labor estimates that over 70% of employers are not in compliance with the FLSA.When factoring in variations in state laws, the estimate of noncompliant employers increases substantially.
Find out how to make wage transparency work for your company. In most organizations wages are a secret between the employee and management. As a result misinformation and misunderstandings abound.
Make sure you know if white-collar exemptions are being met at your company.The purpose of this topic is to educate you on how white-collar exemptions actually work, and how to ensure that exemptions are not lost in the...
Find out how you can protect your company from employment related challenges posed by inclement weather.Many employers are not prepared to address employment related issues that arise due to unforeseen, or even...
Learn the information you need to choose and implement a paycard program and ensure compliance with any federal, state or banking requirements.When employees are unable, or unwilling, to use direct deposit for their...OnDemand Course Credit
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Gain a better understanding of the regulatory foundation of the fluctuating workweek.During the Trump administration, the Wage and Hour Division of the U.
Understand the general categories of executives to which section 280G applies, the impact of exceeding the statutory limits on parachute payments, and the methods available to reduce or eliminate exposure.
Don't get caught in a wage and hour class action claim - understand the liabilities remote access and mobile devices can have on your organization.Employees and their counsel continue to pursue class action claims for...
Federal Income Taxation of Employee Meals and Lodging, Housing, and Educational Benefits After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
The tax implications of employer-provided meals, lodging, and educational benefits are complex and have changed significantly under the new tax law - make sure you understand the changes in determining your policies.
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