FLSA Proposed Exemption Changes—What Every Employer Needs to Know Now
This Webinar has been approved for SHRM and HRCI Re-Certification Credit.
No doubt you’ve seen the headlines. The Department of Labor has proposed massive changes to FLSA exemptions that will affect every employer. While the final rule is not expected to be handed down until later this year, there are steps you can take now and information you need before the final rules are issued to not get blindsided. In this presentation, Kara Craig, Staff Attorney for Archbright will:
- Clarify components of the test and exemptions to FLSA minimum wage and overtime laws and application;
- Identify proposed changes set forth in Department of Labor’s Proposed Rule, issued in July 2015, which amends FLSA exemption test;
- Share the New Rule’s impact on workforce and employers;
- Provide recommendations for employers regarding compliance and liability mitigation.
Kara M. Craig is a Staff Attorney for Archbright where she provides advice, counsel, training and representation to members on the entire range of employment and labor law issues. Kara joined Archbright in 2013 and has over 14 years of experience as an attorney. Throughout her career, she has gained extensive experience representing small to mid-sized companies with respect to day-to-day employment issues, litigation and all types of business transactions. Prior to joining Archbright, Kara served as Assistant General Counsel for the Board of Education of the City of Chicago and litigated employment and civil rights claims in state and federal court. She earned both her B.A. and J.D. from the University of Illinois.