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Employment Group to Present on FLSA Pitfalls at Triad ACC Meeting on April 20

Employment Group to Present on FLSA Pitfalls at Triad ACC Meeting on April 20

April 20, 2016 - April 20, 2016

Alex Maultsby, Jerry Oliver and Patti Ramseur will lead a CLE program for the Triad ACC chapter on April 20 from 12:00 – 1:30 pm. Registration will begin at 11:30 am in our Greensboro office.

A description of the program is below. For more information, contact Michelle LaFata.

Wage and hour issues continue to be an area of concern for employers, particularly as employers face changes relating to overtime rules for white collar workers and the classification of independent contractors.  The number of wage and hour claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and state laws continues to rise, both due to audits by the USDOL and class and collective actions with high-dollar exposure.  When employers are found to have run afoul of wage and hour laws, it can be very costly.       

This program exposes and explains common mistakes and traps that most often plague employers, together with how to adapt policies and practices to the latest changes in wage and hour laws to avoid liability.  The USDOL appreciates efforts by employers to remain educated in the complexities of wage and hour laws, and this program provides exactly that kind of training—so that employers can bring their pay practices into line with the law and reduce the risks of litigation.  

Alexander L. Maultsby
T (336) 378-5331
F (336) 378-5400
George "Jerry" J. Oliver
T (919) 755-8710
F (919) 755-8800
Patti West Ramseur
T (336) 378-5304
F (336) 378-5400

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