Webinar Recording: Litigating an FLSA Case: Expert Tips from LCW Litigators
January 28, 2015
FLSA lawsuits are costly and challenging, often involving tens to thousands of plaintiffs and a complex litigation process. Come join us for this webinar on FLSA litigation, where we will discuss several key steps to successfully litigating an FLSA lawsuit. You will learn about the key players, documents and phases of FLSA litigation. In addition, you will learn about the importance of your role in the FLSA litigation process, whether you are your agency's attorney, human resources manager or executive manager.
Webinar Recording: Common Pitfalls in Using 9/80 Schedules
April 07, 2015
Many public employers utilize 9/80 work schedules for non-exempt employees. However, once the 9/80 work schedule is implemented, there are a number of mistakes unsuspecting employers often make which can inadvertently trigger overtime liability. These pitfalls, which can also apply to a 3/12 work schedule, and how to avoid them will be the subject of this webinar
LCW Webinar Recording: Preparing for AB 1522 – California's New Paid Sick Leave Law
May 05, 2015
On July 1, 2015, California's new Paid Sick Leave Law (AB 1522) will go into effect. With very few exceptions, this new law will apply to every employee at your agency, including temporary, seasonal, and extra help employees. This webinar will cover the basic requirements of AB 1522 – including the Paid Sick Leave Law's use, accrual, carryover, and notice requirements. In addition, we'll outline the "gray" areas that exist and provide our best understanding of how to apply and implement the law so your agency will be prepared when the law goes into effect.
Webinar Recording: Navigating the FLSA Salary Basis Test
September 29, 2015
Overtime exempt employees generally must be paid on a "salary basis" under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). However, your agency's policies and procedures may jeopardize this overtime exemption if the salary basis test is not correctly applied. This webinar will cover how policies relating to discipline, jury duty, absences from work, use of partial/full days of accrued leaves, furloughs, tracking hours worked, setting hours worked, and providing extra compensation may affect exempt employees and their overtime exempt status.