Learn How Proposed Overtime Rule Changes could Change your Business Forever

  • Katelyn Tusky Employee Engagement Friday, September 18, 2015

    The Department of Labor has dramatically increased the number of employees who must be paid on an hourly basis. This change forces employers to consider the implications in employee compensation such as

    • Will cause millions of employees who have been classified as exempt to become non-exempt, and be paid on an hourly basis
    • Will there also be a change to the duties text for exempt employees
    • Will the DOL adopt the new threshold, or will the department implement a different standard

    Due to recent and proposed changes to Federal labor laws, HRO Partners is hosting an educational event to explore the implications of these proposed changes. So, please join us on September 30th between 8am-10am, at the Great Hall and Conference Center (Link in Google Maps).

    Employers of all sizes must be aware and prepared for these sweeping changes.

    Our esteemed panel of experts will include:

    • Cynthia Thompson – Publisher & Editor, HR Professionals Magazine
    • Jonathan Hancock – Labor & Employment attorney, Baker Donelson
    • Whitney Harmon – Labor & Employment attorney, Baker Doneslon
    • Mario Musarra – Compensation Manager, TruGreen

    Special keynote by Jonathan Hancock, Labor & Employment attorney with Baker Donelson.

    To register for the event or to learn more please visit this page.

    For more information, please email support@hro-partners.com or contact Katelyn Tusky at 901-737-0123

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