Complimentary Webinar - Wage and Hour Proposed Regulations – 60 Minutes Q&A Session – Part 2

Instructor: Bob McKenzie
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  • Duration: 60 Min

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This complimentary training session will explore wage and hour proposed regulations to be implemented by the Department of Labor. The webinar will address FLSA white collar exemptions and imminent payroll changes that organizations will have to grapple with at the wake of the final regulations.

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Webinars in the Series:
How to Plan for the Proposed Changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) - Part 1 Duration: 60 Minutes | Date: Thursday, 21st April 2016
Wage and Hour Compliance Under the New Regulations - Part 3 Duration: 60 Minutes | Date: Thursday, 19th May 2016

Why Should You Attend:

The reason to attend this workshop is to ask questions to understand how the proposed changes to wage and hour will affect your business, your pay practices, and your business model.

In July of 2015, The Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor issued proposed regulations that will drastically change the pay practices of most organizations. If passed as proposed, every employee making less than $970 a week or $50,440 annually must be treated as hourly employees who must clock in and out.

The final regulations can be issued any day now. Just about every business will be affected by these changes. Organizations that are not prepared will be left behind and will have to scramble just to stay in compliance.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • What is meant by white collar exemptions to the Fair Labor Standards Act
  • What is meant by the new salary level test
  • Preparing for the inevitable increase in the salary level test
  • Keeping labor costs in line under the new regulations
  • Complying with the new regulations
  • Penalties for non-compliance

Who Will Benefit:

  • Human resource personnel
  • Small business owners
  • Accountants
  • Business executives
  • Managers responsible for controlling labor costs
  • Anyone involved in hiring or staffing

Instructor Profile:

Bob McKenzie has over 35 years of human resources management experience. His background includes a wide range of hands-on HR practices in a variety of industries and all areas of human resource management.

He started McKenzieHR, a human resources management firm in Jacksonville, Florida in 2002. Mr. McKenzie has been cited in a number of human resources trade publications. Among them are, HR Magazine, HR Florida Review, The Jacksonville Business Journal,, BNA and the Institute of Management and Administration. He has been a speaker at a number of conferences as well as national audio and web-based seminars. He has been the keynote speaker and a guest speaker at a number of conferences and business meetings.

One of his major talents is teaching HR professionals about their field. He has been facilitating a class for 12 years preparing human resources professionals to successfully take the HR certification exam.

Mr. McKenzie is a graduate of Rider University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Commerce degree and double majored in industrial relations and organizational behavior. He is actively involved in the Small Business Resource Network and has served on the board of directors of a number of non-profit organizations.

Topic Background:

President Obama issued a challenge to the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor in January of 2015 to simplify the Fair Labor Standards Act. So, in July of last year, proposed regulations were issued. After they were issued, there was a 60-day comment period in which over 300,000 comments were made. After reviewing these comments, the Department of Labor presented their final regulations to the Office of Management and Budget in mid-March 2016. This typically means that the final regulations will be issued within 6 weeks from that time.

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