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Fair Labor Standards Act in Pennsylvania

Are you tangled in a web of confusing wage and hour laws? Employee lawsuits and government agency enforcement actions for wage and hour violations are at an all-time high, especially in Pennsylvania. Penalties on even small errors can be extremely costly for your business. Purchase these reference materials today and get the information you need to stay current on the latest rules and regulations and to keep your labor costs down. In today's competitive environment, your ability to effectively, economically and lawfully manage your company's payroll is paramount. Purchase these reference materials to get the essential guidance and insight you need to avoid missteps in this minefield of federal and state laws. Benefits for You •Determine which employees are exempt from federal and state wage and hour law •Find out what compensable working time really is •Save your company money by classifying employees correctly •Stay up-to-date on new laws and critical legal developments Learning Objectives •You will be able to describe Federal Wage and Hour laws. •You will be able to review exempt or nonexempt classification issues. •You will be able to discuss overtime issues. •You will be able to explain practical aspects of the FLSA.
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Agenda

Overview of Federal Wage and Hour Laws
— Rachel S. Fendell Satinsky
  • Litigation Developments
  • Legislative Initiatives
  • Government Enforcement Initiatives
Exempt or Nonexempt Classification Issues
— John T. Ellis
  • Executive, Professional and Administrative Exemptions
    • Salaried Basis
    • Deduction Issues
  • Outside Sales Exemptions
  • Computer Professionals
Wages, Off-the-Clock Claims and Overtime Issues
— Kieran M. Casey
  • What Are Wages?
    • Board, Lodging, Other Facilities
    • Tip Credit
  • What Is Compensable Time?
    • Rest and Meal Breaks
    • Charitable Work
    • Travel Time
    • Training Time
    • Waiting Time
    • On-Call Time
  • Donning and Doffing Claims and Issues
  • The Continuous Work Day and Remote Workforce Issues
  • Recent Decision on Fluctuating Workweeks
Worker Misclassification Issues
— Kieran M. Casey, John T. Ellis and Rachel S. Fendell Satinsky
  • Independent Contractor vs. Employee
  • Minimizing the Risks
HR Perspective - Practical Aspects of FLSA
— Katie Seltenheim, M.S., PHR
  • Recordkeeping
  • Requirements
  • Documentation
  • HR Best Practices
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This program does NOT qualify, nor meet the National Standard for NASBA accreditation.

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Faculty

John Ellis – Moderator

Ufberg & Sileo LLP

John T. Ellis — Moderator

  • Attorney with Ufberg & Associates LLP
  • Provides consultation and counseling to employers on a full range of labor and employment-related legal issues, including wage and hour questions, discipline and discharge, and more
  • Represents employers in court proceedings, administrative hearings and arbitrations
  • Active participant in Ufberg & Associates’ labor and employment training arm
  • J.D. degree, Hofstra University School of Law; M.A. and B.A. degrees, University of Scranton

Kieran M. Casey

Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald LLP

  • Member of the labor and employment department with Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald LLP
  • Represents businesses of various sizes, municipalities, health care providers, and institutions of higher learning in a wide range of labor and employment law matters
  • Experience on behalf of employers includes defense of employment discrimination claims before the PHRC, the EEOC, and in federal court; defense of FLSA claims and others
  • Counsels employers regarding background checks of prospective employees and employment application procedures; employee discipline; wage and hour compliance and more
  • J.D. degree, Catholic University of America; B.A. degree, King's College

Rachel S. Fendell Satinsky

Cozen O'Connor

  • Attorney in the Labor and Employment Group of Cozen O’Connor
  • Represents employers in a wide range of labor and employment matters, including the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII, Section 1981, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act
  • Assists employers as an independent investigator, and works with employers on issues and litigation related to restrictive covenants and misappropriation of trade secrets
  • Writes for Cozen O'Connor's E-Discovery Law Review Blog
  • J.D. degree, University of Pennsylvania Law School; B.A. degree, Vanderbilt University

Mary Kathleen Seltenheim, PHR

Kane Is Able

Katie Seltenheim, M.S., PHR

  • Benefits and compensation manager at Kane Is Able, Inc.
  • More than 10 years HR generalist experience
  • President of the Northeast Pennsylvania Society of Human Resources Management
  • Master’s degree, University of Scranton; B.A. degree, Bloomsburg University
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Product ID: 391187
Published 2013
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