Unlock Best Practices for Employee Classification, Recordkeeping and More
Are you confident that your company is in compliance with the latest FLSA rules and guidelines? This informative program investigates recent developments in wage and hour law, the legal risks of misclassifying employees and strategies for ensuring FLSA compliance in the remote workplace. Avoid unnecessary legal risks - register today!
Stay on top of the latest trends in wage and hour law.
Review the difference between independent contractors and employees.
Uncover guidelines for determining whether an employee is exempt or non-exempt.
Analyze current legal issues relating to pay equity.
Discover the challenges of ensuring FLSA compliance in the remote workplace.
Examine essential recordkeeping guidelines for verifying FLSA compliance.
Identify best practices for dealing with unauthorized off-the-clock work.
Wage and Hour Law - The Latest Developments and Trends
Independent Contractor vs. Employee - Determining Classification
Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Employees: Recent Updates
Current Trends and Issues Surrounding Pay Equity
What You Need to Know About Telecommuting and FLSA Compliance
Recordkeeping Best Practices for Proving FLSA Compliance
General Rules on Handling Unauthorized Off-the-Clock and Overtime Work
RONALD W. FLOWERS JR. is a partner in the labor and employment section of the law firm of Burr & Forman LLP. In his practice, he represents management in all aspects of labor and employment law, including representing clients in class and individual plaintiff litigation before federal and state courts, in arbitration, and before administrative tribunals. Mr. Flowers regularly advises and represents clients regarding issues under the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title I and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the National Labor Relations Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the WARN Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, USERRA, and various other federal and state statutes and regulations. He represents employers in investigations by and in litigation against OSHA, the NLRB, and the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor. Mr. Flowers advises companies undergoing union campaigns and dealing with union representatives. During recent years, he has defended employers in countless collective and individual FLSA overtime cases. He is vice president of the Labor and Employment Law sections of the Alabama State Bar and the American Bar Association, and is admitted to practice before the Northern, Middle, and Southern districts of Alabama; and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Flowers earned his B.S. degree from the University of Virginia and his J.D. degree from Duke University School of Law.
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