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Wage & Hour - Contractors vs Employees | Exempt vs Non-exempt -Let's Ensure You're Doing it Right!
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With the changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act quickly upon us, this session will cover the vital knowledge of Exempt vs. Non exempt, Salaried Non-exempt and even the Fluctuating Work Week option. Another area of review will be Employee or Contractor - which should you use? This course will cover in detail the legally correct way to pay your employees and avoid costly mistakes! EVENT COST: $99

10/26/2016
When: October 26, 2016
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Where: Nova Southeastern University
6675 Corporate Center Parkway
Room 210
Jacksonville 32256
United States
Contact: Heidi Barfield
9049820112


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COURSE DESCRIPTION:

WAGE & HOUR CLASS

This two-hour session will cover the changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act and the exemption changes that may affect your payroll budget for 2016 and beyond. If you have exempt employees and are considering the shift back to hourly, then you need to know how to make these changes and communicate accordingly. There are many factors to consider on this one - it's best to be prepared!

 

We will also cover the Portal to Portal Act and the implications to your budget that you may not be aware.

 

If you have Independent Contractors instead of Employees, you need to confirm they are truly "Independent." Who Cares?, you may ask and the answer is -- The Department of Labor!  This is one of the common mistakes  that employers make on a regular basis.  

 

We want you to stay in business, avoid costly mistakes and remain in compliance!

 

 

 

Suzanne K. Lemen, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

With over 30 years Human Resources experience, Suzi Lemen, the CEO of Dynamic Corporate Solutions, has been offering practical and creative Human Resources solutions to businesses from Fortune 50 giants to small local enterprises.  As an expert in the Human Resources function, she possesses a unique blend of technical, interpersonal and business skills which allows her to excel in the art of Human Resources management.

 

As a small business owner, she has grown her consulting company from scratch, purchased another company and helped many small businesses with their growth plans and human resources needs.  In 2012, her team designed the affordable HR Toolkit® that contains a complete collection of all the components needed for an effective, government compliant Human Resources program. In 2014 she began hosting her own broadcast show called HR Heaven or Hell, where she answers HR questions and interviews guests about business needs.

 

Suzi earned a BA of Human Resources and Psychology from the University of Kansas and an MS in Entrepreneurship and Innovation from the University of Florida.  In 2005, she was recognized as the Entrepreneur of the Year by the Women in Business of Northeast Florida. DCSI was #108 on the INC. 500 Fastest Growing Companies list.  In addition, Suzi was the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Leader of the Year for 2008 and the 2008 SBA Champion for Women in Business. Currently, Suzi is the lead instructor for SHRM and HRCI certification classes where HR Professionals earn their professional certifications. She is a dynamic speaker and traverses the country educating and inspiring the deployment of solid compliant HR practices that can help small businesses avoid costly pitfalls.  

 

Suzi’s motto is “Good HR leads to better productivity, profitability, and less stress in your life!”