The New Overtime Rules – Why They Matter to Your Business and What to Do About Them
The new Overtime rules recently released by the Department of Labor (29 CFR Part 541) are expected to have far-reaching impacts for many employers. Join us for this complimentary, live webinar to learn what these changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) will mean, and what your organization needs to do to prepare by December 1, 2016, when the rules take effect!
Our Human Resource Experts will explain:
- The New FLSA Rules – What’s New and What’s Not
- Critical Changes and Considerations
- Exceptions to the Rules
- Effective Use of Bonuses and Incentive Compensation
- Choosing Exempt or Non-Exempt – Not as Easy as it Seems
- Communication Strategies for Changes in Status
- Strategies for Managing the Financial Implications of the New Rules
- How to Evaluate Your Options
- Where to Go for Help
- Department of Labor Overtime Rule Factsheet
- Department of Labor Q&A on Overtime Final Rule
- Final Rule (29 CFR Part 541)
- Guide for State and Local Governments
- Q&A from the Webinar
- Understanding the Final Rule on the FLSA Overtime Regulations
|Carol Mayo Cochran, CPA/PFS, CEBS, CCP, CMA, CMS, THRP, CFC
Senior Consultant, REDW LLC
With 30 years of experience in the employee benefits field, Carol has considerable expertise in employee benefits, retirement plans, flexible spending accounts, and compensation planning. In addition to heading REDW’s HR Consulting Department, she is the principal-in-charge of Alliance Benefit Group Southwest, a sister company of REDW that handles the design and administration of retirement plans.
Alicia Finley, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, THRP, FCS
Alicia has 16 years of Human Resources consulting experience, particularly in the areas of employee benefits and compensation, and six years of experience in project management. Alicia earned the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification from the Society of Human Resource Management, the highest distinction available to HR professionals, and is also Certified as a Flexible Compensation Specialist (FCS).