Employment Lunch & Learn: Wage and Hour Issues (NJ)
May 17, 2012
12:00PM - 2:00PM
This workshop will discuss the factors to be considered in determining how to properly classify employees as exempt or non-exempt, and the consequences of these classifications. The workshop will also discuss overtime issues and allowable wage deductions.
Topics will include:
- Does your organization need guidance in determining how employees should be classified?
- Do you sometimes struggle with issues of how and when your organization is required to pay overtime?
- Are you implementing wage reductions and furloughs in a manner that does not violate wage-hour laws?
SPEAKER: David Islinger, Esq., Jackson Lewis LLP
SPONSOR: JPMorgan Chase
REGISTRATION: Registration closes May 16, 2012. The registration fee is nonrefundable. Please do not hit back or refresh during the registration process. Please contact Marlene Taylor at (973) 240-6955 before resubmitting a registration if you receive an error message.
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