DECEMBER 4, 2019
EXEMPT VS NON-EXEMPT: IMPORTANT FLSA CHANGES
A SHRM-WC webinar, 11:00 AM to Noon
The Department of Labor has recently issued the Final OT Rule that
will be effective January 1, 2020…making significant changes to which of your
employees will now qualify to be “exempt” and therefore not entitled to
More importantly: many of your employees who were previously
treated as exempt will now be converted to non-exempt employees and thus
entitled to overtime.
This webinar will help employers
-prepare for compliance with this final overtime rule
-explain the changes that employers need to understand and prepare for
-go through in-depth the proper way to classify your employees as exempt vs.
Attendees will be provided with an in-depth overview of the Final
Rule and advice on methods for employers to ensure compliance with these
revisions to the FLSA.
FLEISCHER is an employment law attorney and HR advisor, having used her 20+
years of law practice to form HR Learning Center, LLC, an HR consulting firm. The firm provides workplace solutions to
employers on a wide range of legal and HR issues. Melissa presents seminars, leads webinars and
workshops and is a frequent lecturer on HR management and legal topics.
Melissa serves on the SHRM-WC board as Co-Chair of Programs, and is a member of
SHRM. She is an adjunct faculty member
at SUNY/Westchester Community College. She earned her Juris Doctorate from the George Washington University Law
School in Washington, DC.
This program has been submitted to the HR Certification Institute and to the
Society for Human Resource Management for re-certification credits
This is a pre-paid event. Pay via credit card at the time of your registration, or mail us a check
for receipt prior to the start of the webinar. Checks are made payable to SHRM-WC and mailed to P.O.Box 7372, Berlin, CT 06037
The dial-in instructions for the webinar will be sent to all paid and registered attendees approximately 24
hours before the webinar begins.
$25 for members of SHRM
$30 for SHRM National members, guests, and future