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DOL Final Overtime Rule: Strategies for Compliance . . . and Survival

Thursday, October 20, 2016 • 1:00 pm ET/12:00 pm CT/11:00 am MT/10:00 am PT

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Subject: Federal Contracting

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Program Knowledge Level: Basic

Advanced Preparation: None

Duration: 90 minutes

Location: Your office or conference room, per telephone connection

Course Description:


Starting December 1, 2016, every employer in the country needs to do more than comply with the Department of Labor’s new overtime rule: You need a strategy for surviving the difficult new decisions employers will face—including the rule’s impact on budgetary pressures and wage compression.

Contractors face even greater challenges, including complying with FAR Council’s “Blacklisting” reporting requirements if any service employees are misclassified. Unfortunately, avoiding mistakes could be difficult since changes affecting the salary threshold affect compliance with both the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Service Contract Act.

Between now and December 1st, you need to build the right strategies for both compliance and survival. Let three experts show you how.

Register now for DOL Final Overtime Rule: Strategies for Compliance … and Survival.

In this 90-minute webinar, specialists from FortneyScott and Berkeley Research Group share vital legal and management perspective for coping with overtime requirements that will have employers facing difficult decisions regarding their workforce.

Understand additional requirements for contractors. You’ll learn how to put an action plan in place to meet the December 1, 2016 implementation deadline. You’ll also explore the new rule’s impact on white-collar exemption classifications and how changes in the salary threshold could affect contracts falling under the Service Contract Act (SCA). Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space nowfor expert guidance on how to comply—and survive—as major overtime changes take effect, including:
  • Sharp perspective on the legal and management impact of the new regulation
  • The implementation timeline and an action plan for ensuring you’ll be ready by December 1, 2016
  • Advice for employers in various industries on working through white-collar exemption classifications under the administrative, professional, and executive exemptions
  • The new salary basis and minimum salary threshold
  • How cost indexing adjustments to the salary threshold will increase budgetary pressure and wage compression
  • How bonuses will factor into the salary threshold amount
  • And much, much more!
Remember, the overtime changes that take effect on December 1, 2016 affect every company that contracts with the federal government. Follow the expert guidance offered in this webinar to make sure you’re ready!

Register now for DOL Final Overtime Rule: Strategies for Compliance … and Survival.

Who Will Benefit

This webinar is of immediate value to any company that contracts with the federal government. Attendees who will benefit most include:
  • Human resources professionals
  • Compliance officers
  • In-house counsel
  • CEOs and leadership teams

YOUR EXPERT(S):

Burton Fishman
Burton J. Fishman, Esq., has devoted his practice to developing the “law of the workplace” and has been repeatedly recognized as a Washington SuperLawyer in the labor and employment field by Washington Law & Politics magazine. Mr. Fishman served as DOL’s Deputy Solicitor for National Operations during the George H. W. Bush administration. He also has served as co-chair of the Federal Legislative Developments Committee of the American Bar Association's Labor and Employment Law Section and as a member of its Equal Employment Opportunity Committee. A widely recognized author of more than 100 books and articles on workplace issues, Mr. Fishman has written featured columns on the ADA for Thompson Information Services, including Thompson's HR Policies; and Workplace Accommodations for Disability and Religion.

Elizabeth Arnold

Elizabeth Arnold has 15 years of experience advising clients on issues related to wage and hour compliance. She consults with leading law firms and companies nationwide on state and federal class action wage and hour litigation cases across industries ranging from retail and beverage delivery to meat processing and gaming.

Ms. Arnold consults with clients to develop and implement research methodologies that address complex legal compliance issues, including misclassification (i.e., exempt vs. non-exempt employees, independent contractor), donning and doffing, off-the-clock work, missed meal and rest breaks, and tip pooling. She utilizes research methodologies that include the use of statistical sampling and large-scale data collection using interview, questionnaire, and observation techniques.

Ms. Arnold has advised clients on more than 150 cases in the wage and hour area of employment law. Her engagements often include national projects to determine the tasks and responsibilities of employees and to assess whether the work they perform is sufficiently similar to determine their appropriate status on a group basis under the executive, administrative, professional, and/or outside sales exemptions. Clients have used results from her studies at multiple stages of litigation, including mediation, class certification, and merit evaluation.
 

Carole Amidon

Carole Amidon specializes in economic and statistical analyses for labor and employment matters. She routinely provides statistical analyses with regard to allegations of race, gender, ethnicity, religion, and age discrimination in hiring, promotion, termination, and compensation.

Dr. Amidon has provided testimony in an OFCCP investigation regarding compensation analysis. In other OFCCP investigations, she has analyzed issues of hiring, compensation, promotion, and termination. She was the managing editor of the Illinois Statistical Abstract during graduate school and published articles in the Illinois Business Review.

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