FLSA: Mastering Wage and Hour Issues in Your K-12 School
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets minimum wage, overtime pay, equal pay, record keeping, and child labor standards. Though school districts must comply fully with the FLSA, the Department of Labor interprets the law and sets the rules. As a result, compliance is often challenging, frequently contradictory, and always changing.
This timely webinar will ensure will help you stay current and will cover, among many other topics, proposed rules from March 2019 to change important aspects of white-collar exemptions. Schools must be prepared for these changes, particularly increases to the salary levels for these exemptions. Failure to adapt to these changes and follow the FLSA can lead to significant penalties, including attorney fees and other damages.
Please join attorney and education labor specialist Richard Verstegen for a presentation that addresses recent developments and provides insight, best practices, and practical guidance for employers needing to stay up to date on the changes.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
A sampling of what this informative webinar will cover:
- Proposed regulations related to white-collar exemptions under the FLSA, particularly how it impacts positions within schools
- Legal aspects related to volunteers, coaches, and other positions
- Overtime rules, particularly for employees who may be serving in multiple positions within the school district
- Possible penalties for failure to comply with the FLSA
- And much more!
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