Understand the various law requirements that must be followed in order to validly pay employees via direct deposit or debit card.
How employees are paid, whether by direct deposit, check, debit card, or otherwise, is inherently an issue of state law. In some states, to properly pay an employee via direct deposit or debit card, employers must follow very particular, prescribed rules about which they may not be aware. Employers who fail to follow the required rules may be exposing themselves unnecessarily to significant penalties and damages even if they properly and timely pay their employees. This course will help employers understand the various state law requirements that must be followed to validly pay employees via direct deposit or debit card, thereby minimizing the risk of penalties and fines for noncompliance. It will also explain why employers cannot rely solely on their payroll companies and instead must ensure that proper procedures are followed before they pay employees via direct deposit or debit card.
Glenn S. Grindlinger
Fox Rothschild LLP
- Partner with Fox Rothschild LLP
- Represents management in the full spectrum of labor and employment law matters; he regularly defends clients in single-plaintiff cases and class actions involving claims of Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and state wage and hour law violations, including predictive scheduling issues
- Routinely represents clients in federal and state courts and arbitration for and before government agencies in cases alleging breach of contract and breach of restrictive covenant as well as age, race, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation and religious discrimination, harassment, and retaliation; defends employers in a variety of labor disputes before the National Labor Relations Board
- Practice is also preventative in nature; he counsels clients on day-to-day employment, wage and hour, labor relations, and contractual matters, as well as the employment law issues that arise in connection with mergers and acquisitions
- Negotiates, drafts, and revises collective bargaining agreements, employment contracts and severance agreements, employment law provisions to purchase sale agreements, restrictive covenants, and noncompete agreements as well as drafts employee handbooks and training materials; regularly conducts wage and hour audits for Fortune 1000 companies, small businesses, and nonprofits
- Frequent writer and speaker on labor and employment issues
- J.D. degree, New York University School of Law; B.S. degree, Cornell University; study abroad, University of Sydney, Australia
- Can be contacted at 212-905-2305 or [email protected]
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