Instructor: Patti D'Amaddio, SPHR or Mark R. Adams, Esq., SPHR
For dates, locations and to register for this program please contact Michele Jackson at 877-662-6444 or email@example.com
This workshop increases your basic understanding of FLSA by focusing on the more challenging and misunderstood exemptions and the many unknown pitfalls and mistakes employers make when classifying positions. You’ll explore the subtleties of the regulations and the complex, yet common, business scenarios that will assist in determining exempt or nonexempt status, and examine the inevitable increase in the salary level threshold and its impact on how our jobs are structured. Come prepared to dissect your organization’s exempt positions, and leave armed with new knowledge to ensure that they’re properly classified.
Experienced HR professionals, individuals within the organization with the responsibility for designating positions as exempt or non-exempt
• Master the details and key points of the various exemption tests under the FLSA and learn to identify the questions and issues that need to be resolved in applying these tests to complex and ambiguous jobs and job descriptions
• Fully understand the limited permissible deductions allowed for salaried exempt positions
• Demonstrate the ability to assess the exemption status of individual positions within your organization and write a related justification
HRCI & SHRM Credits: 6.5
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