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Implementing A Four-Day Workweek: Legal Challenges And Complexities

Webinar: ID# 1038169
Recorded On-Demand
About This Course:
Thinking about a four-day workweek for your workers? Already have one and need a reality check?

This webinar focuses on the legal challenges and complexities of a four-day workweek including, can the employer unilaterally implement a four-day schedule in both union and nonunion settings; does a four-day schedule create wage and hour issues, like affecting salary basis for exempt employees, requiring increased overtime commitments, limiting the use of child labor, and requiring additional paid breaks; what is the effect of predicting scheduling laws; does a four-day schedule create employment discrimination issues; and what are the OSHA and safety concerns.

The information will enable you to spot issues and avoid unintended legal consequences specific to the four-day workweek. You can implement a four-day workweek, but better to know the issues and solve them before they come up.What You'll Learn:What Is a Four-Day Workweek?
  • Pros
  • Cons
  • Experiences
  • Voluntary or Mandatory
Legal Issues
  • Employer's Ability to Change From Five-Day to Four-Day Schedule
  • Salary Basis Issues Under the Fair Labor Standards Act
  • Pay Issues
  • Child Labor Limitations
  • Bargaining With Unions
  • Scheduling Ordinances
  • Employment Discrimination
  • OSHA and Other Safety Concerns
  • Legal Creep
Practical Issues
  • Paydays on Fridays
  • Handbook Changes
  • Benefit Accruals
  • Workers' Compensation Costs
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