Wage and Hour Issues in the Age of Remote Work


Instructor: Judith Bevis Langevin
Product ID: 705480

  • Duration: 60 Min
This webinar will focus on the federal wage and hour laws that apply to remote work. It will provide tips on how to manage remote work and best practices for responding to claims and audits related to remote work.
Last Recorded Date: Oct-2017


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Why Should You Attend:

Today’s workforce uses smartphones, laptops, and home computers to work remotely. This can benefit both employer and employee. It’s critical for employers to remember, however, that wage and hour laws apply to remote work, just as they do to work performed at an employer’s place of business. Employers risk individual wage and hour claims and large-scale Department of Labor audits if they don’t track and pay for work performed off-site or outside of normal work hours.

This webinar will review how federal wage and hour laws apply to remote work, and will also provide practical guidance on how to control, track, and compensate authorized remote work.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • How federal wage and hour laws apply to remote work
  • Exempt vs. non-exempt: a critical distinction
  • Remote work that triggers overtime
  • How to manage remote work and limit unauthorized work
  • Employee and supervisor accountability and record keeping
  • The importance of employer documentation
  • Tips for responding to claims and audits related to remote work

Who Will Benefit:

  • HR professionals
  • In-house counsel
  • Outside employment counsel
  • Small business owners
  • Risk managers
Instructor Profile:
Judith Bevis Langevin

Judith Bevis Langevin
Attorney at Law, Zelle LLP

Judith Bevis Langevin has practiced employment law for 35 years. She focuses her practice on counseling and litigation on behalf of employers. She frequently lectures and writes on employment law topics for both legal and business audiences, and serves as a mediator of employment disputes.

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