New Rules Effective December 1, 2016
The DOL just released a new rule about overtime exemptions that will affect over 4 million employees nationwide. These new rules are effective 12/1/2016.
Attend this audio conference to learn the details around these new rules and get best practices for how your organization can be ready for the changes, including what the changes mean for how employees are paid!
You also will learn about the state minimum wage legislative changes that will impact us, so act now to be in compliance with the new rules and changes.Learning Objectives
By attending this training session, you will learn about:New OT Rules
New Minimum Wage Rules
- The new federal OT rules:
- Exempt vs. non-exempt
- Overtime concerns
- Regular Rate of Pay: why it is important - and how to calculate
- The new state overtime requirements:
- The practical impact the final rule has on the duties tests
- Tips for employers in various industries as they work through their white-collar exemption classifications under the administrative, professional, and executive exemptions
- The new salary basis and minimum salary threshold
- How cost of living adjustments to the salary threshold may moderate budgetary pressure and lower wage compression
- How bonuses will factor into the salary threshold amount
- The timeline for implementation
About Your Speaker:
- An overview of changes to federal and state minimum wage laws
- How organizations should handle minimum wage for states with higher rates then federal
Dayna Reum, CPP, FPC, is a payroll professional with over 15 years experience in both teaching and handling payroll.
Ms. Reum holds both a Certified Payroll Professional and a Fundamental Payroll Certification designation, and is a frequent presenter on various payroll topics. Dayna has worked for companies such as PetSmart, Honeywell, and the American Payroll Association.
Dayna also serves on the National American Payroll Association on the national Strategic Leadership Task Force, has received a Citation of Merit and is a Gold Pin member of the APA. She is certified in HR hiring and firing practices, and is a Six-Sigma Greenbelt.
PHR / SPHR Credits!
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