9/22 Is Your Business Ready for the New Overtime Rules?

On May 18, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) released its Final Rule updating the federal overtime regulations for “white collar exemptions” under the Fair Labor Standards Act, which will extend overtime pay protections to over 4 million workers in the United States within the first year of implementation.

The new regulations are scheduled to take effect December 1, 2016.
During this live seminar, Peg O’Brien, Esq. of Devine Millimet will:

  • Provide an overview of the federal overtime exemptions (including the white collar and dealership exemptions);
  • Explain the key provisions of the Final Rule, which impact the white collar exemptions only;
  • Identify common challenges for dealerships when classifying employees as exempt vs. non-exempt and implementing the Final Rule; and
  • Suggest different strategies for how to address those challenges.

We have designed this as an interactive program, so please bring your questions! 

Presented By

Margaret “Peg” O’Brien serves as chair of Devine Millimet’s Labor & Employment practice group. She exclusively represents management in the resolution of employment related disputes before state and federal courts and administrative agencies. While Peg has experience performing all aspects of employment work, her daily practice primarily focuses on either providing clients with risk management advice or aiding them with a defense in the event of an employment claim.

Who should attend?

Human Resources personnel, finance managers, owners, and other executive management are encouraged to attend this interactive and informative seminar on this important topic prior to the Final Rule’s effective date.

REGISTER

Download the registration form
and either: mail it to PO Box 2337, Concord, NH 03302; fax it to 603-225-4895; email it to either Jean Conlon or Brittanie Auprey; or call 800-852-3372 to register.
 

Tuition

NHADA Members:$49 per person, $39 for the second, and $29 for each additional attendee from the same company. All funds benefit of the New Hampshire Automotive Education Foundation.