Decoding the Fair Labor Standards Act
The ins and outs of paying people properly
In 1938, the Department of Labor defined how we pay our employees with the Fair Labor Standards Act. While it has had a few updates over the years, the Act remains mostly unchanged from its original version – and far more comprehensible than most people realize.
SPHR SHRM-SCP, Director of Human Resources
Been there – done that! With 30 years of HR and business experience – Lori has walked in your shoes.
A recovered HR Generalist, she built a consulting company that she sold to Arthur J Gallagher after 7 years and then reinvented her current business – HR Topics - training, speaking and developing content for HR professionals.
Lori delivers facts, tips, tricks and best practices in a way that appeals to human resource and business leaders: with a sense of humor, a bias toward actions that improve their operations right away, and practical resources and tools to support their progress. As an annual speaker at the National SHRM conference, she has leveraged her masters in HR, SPHR and SHRM-SCP background to elevate the position of all HR professionals!
Join Lori Kleiman, SPHR, SHRM-SCP on Tuesday, February 21st at 12PM CT / 1PM ET for a one-hour webinar to learn the details of the Fair Labor Standards Act . She’ll talk all about what the Labor Standards Act has to say on topics including overtime obligations, salaried vs hourly employees, and taxable benefits.
By the end of the session you’ll know:
- Best practices for staying compliant
- How to decode the Act & how it applies to your business
- Recent changes to the Act in the last few years
- …..and much more!