Curbing Unauthorized Overtime
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Year after year, one of the most challenging tasks employers face is keeping track of the hours their nonexempt employees work and correctly paying any required overtime premium.
When unauthorized overtime occurs, labor costs skyrocket, and businesses face a budgeting nightmare. And when employees perform compensable work off the clock, the potential overtime liability for an employer can be staggering.
This webinar helps businesses understand their responsibilities with respect to compensating for overtime, the rules regarding what activities constitute hours worked, and how to curb unauthorized overtime in a manner that complies with the wage and hour laws while also meeting operational needs.
The law in this area strongly favors employees, and businesses need to know their rights and obligations. This class is a must for employers who want to regain effective control over their overtime costs without unintentionally walking into a minefield of legal liability.
The Problem of Unauthorized On-The-Clock Overtime
The Problem of Compensable Off-The-Clock Work
- Scenario One: The Good Employee
- Scenario Two: The Bad Employee
- The Limits of a Policy Requiring Pre-Approval for Overtime
How to Prevent Unauthorized Overtime
- Pre-Shift and Post-Shift Activities
- Tasks Performed Away From the Workplace
- Meals and Breaks
- Employees Volunteering Their Time
- Supervisors Shaving Time
About The Presenter
- Effective Policies
- Periodic Training
- Ongoing Management Responsibility
Jacqueline C. Tully
- Principal in the Washington, D.C. Region office of Jackson Lewis P.C.
- Focuses on all aspects of federal and state wage and hour issues, class action litigation, and administrative procedures
- Uses her extensive experience litigating and providing counsel regarding wage and hour matters to inform her practical and holistic approach to both practice areas
- Selected for inclusion in Virginia Super Lawyers - Rising Stars, every year since 2012
- J.D. degree, Georgetown University Law Center; B.A. degree, magna cum laude, Loyola College
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