By William Harn, Micah Heilbrun, Tritia Murata, Alexis Pheiffer
The US Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is perennially difficult to navigate and has been fertile ground for the plaintiffs’ bar in recent years. New FLSA lawsuits have been filed in increasing numbers every year for the past decade. Now new rules are about to be issued. Do you know what they will mean for your organization? Will they require you to review and possibly change the wage classifications of some of your employees? And how can you go about doing that without wreaking havoc or inviting lawsuits? How will new equal pay and gender equity legislation affect your organization? Join this session for a walk through the new regulations and practical guidance on their interpretation and implementation.
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