Free Report: 'Q&A on Exempt Vs. Non-Exempt'
One of the most confusing and problematic issues under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is who is exempt and who is not, especially when it comes to overtime. Answer this question right, and an employer could save millions. But answer this question wrong, and an employer could be pushed into a never-ending nightmare of fines and lawsuits that will eat away at a company's bottom line.
The free report, Q&A On Exempt Vs. Non-Exempt, dispenses the basics for determining whether employees are exempt from the overtime requirements of the FLSA, as well as providing questions and answers to some of the most common workplace traps and trip-ups that cause classification consternation for employers. You'll also find:
- An FAQ section explaining some of the most common workplace situations that could cause classification problems and how to avoid them;
- A step-by-step guide on how to conduct both a duties test and a salary test to help you determine whether an employee is exempt or non-exempt; and
- The latest case law information showing a real life example of how both the duties and salary tests can get employers into--or out of--legal hot water.
Employers can download this free report today. (Note: Free Registration Is Required)
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