FLSA Self-Audit Check-Up: How To Analyze Your Wage And Hour Practices
How's your FLSA compliance health? Could a policy or a practice be quietly laying the groundwork for an expensive run-in with an aggressive plaintiff attorney or agency enforcement watchdog? If you don’t know for sure, now is the time to self-examine your processes.
The Wage and Hour Division will soon propose rules to revise its longstanding white-collar overtime exemption regulations. In the meantime, it’s stepping up enforcement to identify employers in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) with respect to minimum wage and overtime calculations. Plus, it currently has laser focus on independent contractor classifications.
Don’t wait for a WHD audit to learn if your wage and hour policies or practices are in violation.
Join us to test your organization’s FLSA compliance status. A skilled labor and employment attorney will teach you where the most costly compliance mistakes lie. He will also provide practical strategies for evaluating whether your current wage and hour practices have a legally clean bill of health.
Taking a proactive approach to examining your FLSA practices and correcting deficient areas can go a long way toward avoiding costly penalties and fines, as well as collective action lawsuits, and this event is designed to give you tips and strategies for ensuring a successful self audit of your wage and hour practices.
- How to examine your current wage and hour practices for trouble spots before the WHD comes knocking
- How to analyze job duties to determine if exempt employees should be classified as non-exempt under DOL white-collar regulations, likely to become even more onerous very soon
- The types of industry-specific jobs that consistently pop up on the WHD’s radar
- Documents to be sure to have on file to ensure compliance with FLSA recordkeeping requirements—and the right path of action if you uncover mistakes
- Strategies for ensuring that manual and electronic timekeeping practices are complete and accurate
- How to spot expensive and elusive “FLSA gotcha” issues in your policies and practices
- Where to start your self-audit, who to involve, timelines, and more
- An action plan for when the WHD audits of your compensation practices, including the 4 things to do to ahead of time
- Who a WHD investigator will likely want to interview and why
- How to prepare them to answer questions about job duties, shift rates, overtime, rounding, and more
About Your Presenter:
Usama Kahf, Esq.
Fisher & Phillips, LLP
Usama Kahf is an associate in the Irvine office of Fisher & Phillips LLP and a member of the firm’s Electronic Discovery Committee, where he contributes regularly in advising his colleagues and their clients on defensible, effective, and efficient preservation, collection, review, and production of electronically stored information. He represents and counsels employers of all sizes in all aspects of labor and employment law, including wage & hour, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, employee discipline and termination, trade secrets, and restrictive covenants. He also regularly advises clients on workplace investigations, overtime exemptions, and employee vs. independent contractor classification issues, as well as on data security, document retention, and preservation obligations under state and federal law. He also represents clients in audits and investigations by state and federal agencies, including the California EDD, DLSE, and SCIF, particularly audits of independent contractor classifications and retaliation investigations.
Mr. Kahf regularly presents seminars and trainings on electronic discovery and data security and has co-authored a book on electronic discovery practice under the federal rules. He was selected for inclusion in 2013 and 2014 Southern California Super Lawyers – “Rising Stars.”
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