Nuts and Bolts of Wage and Hour Law: May 12, 2016

Are your company's pay practices in compliance with wage and hour laws? Want to learn more about pay practice compliance to avoid common pitfalls that challenge employers? Hawaii Employers Council is pleased to welcome Joseph A. Ernst and Kendra K. Kawai with Torkildson, Katz, Moore, Hetherington & Harris for a morning program covering topics including:

  • Exempt Employees v. Non-Exempt Employees: How do you determine whether a position may be classified as exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act? Our speakers will discuss the existing white-collar exemption tests and provide a few thoughts on the possible impacts of final regulations expected later this year.
  • Compensable Time for Non-Exempt Employees: Learn when and how non-exempt employees must be compensated for travel, training, changing clothes, donning or doffing safety equipment, meal, rest and nursing mother breaks, on-call or standby time, etc. Information on FLSA timekeeping and rounding practices will be shared.
  • Calculating Regular Rates of Pay and Overtime Pay: Learn how to calculate the regular rate of pay for overtime purposes in varying circumstances, including where non-exempt employees are paid a salary, work at two or more different rates, or receive premium pay, night differentials, hazard pay, bonuses, commissions, gifts, awards, or other payments.

Date: Thursday, May 12, 2016

Time: 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Location: HEC's Kahili Room

Speakers: Joseph A. Ernst, Esq., Kendra K. Kawai, Esq., attorneys with Torkildson, Katz, Moore, Hetherington & Harris

Fees/Admissions: $80 HEC Members / $40 HEC Neighbor Island Members / $150 Non-Members

Brochure and Registration form: Click here

HEC Website: Click here

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