Wage And Hour Issues With On-Call Employees

Webinar: ID# 1023912
Recorded CD
About This Course:
Employers and human resources professionals need to be wary of on-call time as an area that can make calculating overtime a major challenge.

Renowned wage and hour attorney Mark E. Tabakman will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of what the flashpoint issues are related to on-call time and when those issues may turn into significant problems for an employer. Mark will offer practical advice alongside insightful case studies and analysis so professionals will be able to proactively identify problem areas and fix them.


Applicable Legal Principles
  • Waiting to Be Engaged vs. Engaged to Be Waiting
  • Definition of on Call Time
  • Importance of Correctly Characterizing Such Time
  • Pagers/Beepers
  • Response Time: The Crucial Test
  • Other Components/Issues
Liability Potentials/Proactive Measures
  • Damages Assessment
  • Litigation Scenarios
  • Proactive Implementation of Policy: The Cure
About The Presenter

Mark E. Tabakman, Esq.
  • Labor & Employment Partner in the Princeton office of Fox Rothschild LLP
  • Practice emphasizes all aspects of wage and hour law, including the representation of more than 200 clients before the United States and many state Departments of Labor on misclassification (i.e., white collar exemptions, independent contractor), working time, construction industry/Davis Bacon/prevailing wage cases and other issues
  • Frequent guest speaker on wage-hour and employment law issues and has appeared on local and national television programs commenting on these matters. He wrote a weekly column on labor and employment issues titled "Making the Law Work"
  • Publishes the Wage & Hour — Developments & Highlights blog ( to provide the latest information and his observations on new developments in wage-hour law, such as class actions, exemption/misclassification and working time issues
  • Included in the list of New Jersey "Super Lawyers" in the field of Labor & Employment (2013 to 2016), and in “Super Lawyers Business Edition” in the area of Employment and Labor Law (2013)
  • J.D. degree, Rutgers University School of Law; B.S. degree, Cornell University
Wage And Hour Issues With On-Call Employees
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