Making sense of the labor law changesDate: August 10, 2016Time: 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Alan B. Miller Nursing Building -Room 120
471 University Parkway
Aiken, SC 29801
Is your business prepared for the new Fair Labor Standard Act’s regulations?
The U.S. Labor Department has recently disclosed the details of its revised regulations defining the exemptions for minimum wage and overtime pay under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act's Section 13(a)(1). The revisions will affect most U.S. businesses and how over 4.2 million employees are compensated.
Area business owners may be in for sweeping changes and the Aiken Chamber is helping members get prepared for the Dec. 1 effective date.
At the Aug. 10 seminar, members will learn what regulations have changed, what regulations have not changed,what employers should do now and the next steps to take to be in compliance with the new rules.
This informative seminar will be presented by George (Trey) Reeves of Counsel for Fisher & Phillips, LLP. Reeves practice is primarily focused on representing management in employment and labor litigation. He represents employers in audits and investigations challenging employers’ wage and hour practices and worker misclassification issues.
“It is important for our members to prepare themselves for these regulation changes on compensation laws. This upcoming seminar will provide reliable resources to do just that,” said J. David Jameson, Aiken Chamber President/ CEO. “With programs like this, you know the Aiken Chamber means business.”