When Taking Care of Business Requires Working Overtime:
Preparing for the Department of Labor’s
New Overtime Pay Obligations

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In September, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued its much-anticipated Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Final Rule. 

On January 1, 2020, all employers—including nonprofits--must do business in a regulatory environment where the minimum salary level for exemption from FLSA’s overtime rules has been raised almost 50 percent. And that’s not only change.

Nonprofits can’t wait to adapt their compliance strategy and business practices.  Prepare now with help from an expert on the new overtime obligations.

Register now for When Working Overtime is Required: Preparing for DOL’s New Overtime Pay Obligations.

In this 90-minute webinar, Pillsbury Law’s Rebecca Rizzo counsels nonprofits on practical steps to take before changes to FLSA overtime exemptions take effect just a few weeks from now.

Adapting to the “new normal” for nonprofits.  From the higher salaries needed for “white collar” exemptions, to new levels for the “highly compensated” employee exemption, you’ll learn exactly what your nonprofit must do to stay compliant—and minimize the potential impact on costs. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now for expert guidance on how to prepare now for January 1 when DOL’s new overtime pay requirements take effect, including how to:

  • Understand the FLSA’s new requirements for being exempt
  • Identify steps your organization should take to contain the impact of new overtime obligations on your workforce and bottom line
  • Apply best-practices approaches to ensure compliance

Remember: Nonprofits will feel these FLSA changes immediately. Take this opportunity to learn what you can do to adapt and minimize the impact on your organization

Register now for When Working Overtime is Required: Preparing for DOL’s New Overtime Pay Obligations.

Meet Your Webinar Leaders

Rebecca Carr Rizzo counsels clients to ensure compliance and avoid litigation and investigates and defends clients against discrimination, harassment, retaliation and whistleblower claims. Rebecca also counsels clients on and litigates employment contracts, including non-competition agreements. Rebecca's clients include large corporations, startups, nonprofits, government contractors, restaurants, hotels and universities. Frequent areas of counseling include internal investigations, disability accommodation, protected leave, FLSA compliance, noncompetition agreements, restructurings and reductions in force, difficult terminations, and employment policies and procedures. Frequent areas of litigation include claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation and wrongful discharge under discrimination and protected leave laws; whistleblower claims in various industries including nuclear and restaurant; wage and hour claims; and employment contracts.

Who Should Attend

This webinar is of value to all associations with more than 1 staff member. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • HR Managers
  • HR Staff
  • COOs
  • CEOs
  • Operations Directors
  • Administrative Staff

Don't wait, register your entire team today!

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$215.00 When Taking Care of Business Requires Working Overtime: Preparing for the Department of Labor’s New Overtime Pay Obligations (OnDemand: Active for 12 months from 12.12.19)