Hot Topics in Wage & Hour Law
April 24, 2018, 9 a.m. Pacific

This webinar aims to help attendees stay current with the latest rules and regulations regarding wage and hour laws. Topics will include: defining an employee; minimum wage calculations; what is on-the-clock work; computing hours worked; meal and rest period requirements; overtime regulations; exempt/non-exempt status; recordkeeping requirements; and agency enforcement of wage and hour laws. Presenters will also examine current trends in the enforcement of wage and hour laws and provide suggestions for updating current policies and procedures.

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Overview

Presented on a complimentary basis by our employment law attorneys, the Gordon & Rees National Employment Law Webinar Series is offered online with select dates also offered in-person at a firm office. Each one-hour webinar is held on the second Tuesday of the month and at the same time each month: 9 AM Pacific; 10 AM Mountain; 11 AM Central; and 12 PM Eastern, unless otherwise noted.

Benefits of Attending

A few minutes of prevention goes a long way towards ensuring successful, productive employment relationships and reducing the risk of lawsuits. Attendees will receive practical training on important legal trends and learn simple actions they can take to protect themselves and their employees. Attendees can participate virtually from any location with an internet connection.

Who Should Attend

Each webinar is designed for those who need to make well-informed employment decisions on a day-to-day basis including human resources specialists, generalists, payroll managers, upper level managers, in-house counsel, insurance carriers, and upper management individuals. The webinars focus not only on the law, but also on practical tips for individuals to more effectively manage their employment relationships.

 

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April 24, 2018

Hot Topics in Wage & Hour Law
This webinar aims to help attendees stay current with the latest rules and regulations regarding wage and hour laws. Topics will include: defining an employee; minimum wage calculations; what is on-the-clock work; computing hours worked; meal and rest period requirements; overtime regulations; exempt/non-exempt status; recordkeeping requirements; and agency enforcement of wage and hour laws. Presenters will also examine current trends in the enforcement of wage and hour laws and provide suggestions for updating current policies and procedures.

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May 8, 2018

Privacy and Data Security Issues in the Workplace
Workplace privacy has become a growing concern for employers as new technologies enter the workplace and case law in the area becomes more complex. This webinar will help in arming employers with training and knowledge on international and national security regulations.

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June 12, 2018

Identifying Joint Employer and Independent Contractor Issues
Many employers use temporary staffing agencies and/or independent contractors in addition to their regular direct employees. While these roles can sometimes serve a necessary and beneficial purpose including reduction of costs, there are a number of potential legal pitfalls when use of these workers is not properly implemented. This webinar will highlight various red flag issues that can lead to joint employer liability and liability for misclassification of independent contractors under federal and state laws.

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Stacey M. Cooper

San Diego

Co-Chair of the National Employment Law Webinar Series
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