Both the Fair Labor Standards Act and the NJ Wage and Hour law require employees receive compensation for time worked. But there are certain periods of time when you may not consider your employees to be working - but the Department of Labor does. Do your employees perform work from home in the evening or on the weekends? Do they use their smart-phone or other mobile devices to respond to emails after hours? Do they perform work while on a leave? This two-hour session will help you limit potential wage-hour claims, understand the implications of working while on a leave and provide some options to gain control over "out of sight" liability.
Understanding the hours worked concept
Exempt vs non-exempt employees
What is out of sight work?
Work from home
After hours work
Tracking & monitoring working time
Accounting for de minimus amounts of time
Working while on leave
Adjusting leave time entitlements
Amy M. Vazquez & Robin M. Ross
EANJ Training Room
30 W. Mount Pleasant Avenue, Suite 202
Livingston, NJ 07039
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Parking is available on a first-come first-serve basis. We request that you only park against the rear-wall of the parking lot and not in the spaces directly in front of the building as those are reserved for tenants. Street parking is also available but please be mindful of the signs.
$65 for EANJ Members
Substitutions are permitted, however, in order to meet program commitments, cancellations made less than two (2) working days before the program date or 'no-shows' must be charged the full registration fee.
HRCI Credits Pending