AssuredPartners Webinar | What You Need to Know About the DOL’s Wage and Hour Changes
This webinar will cover how the DOL’s new overtime rule differs from the current regulations and which employees will be affected by the change. It will also cover the options employers have to adapt to meet the new requirements, and the pros and cons of each, including some unanticipated difficulties employers may encounter when implementing these changes. Finally, it will cover what employers need to be doing now so that they can make the right choice and take advantage of the opportunity that the rule change presents.
- Wednesday, October 26, 2016
- 2:00 – 3:00pm EDT
- No Cost to Attend
About the Presenter:
Christine M. Snyder, Esq.
Christine Snyder assists public and private employers in navigating complex employment laws and regulations. She offers employers practical, preventive advice to help them avoid employment law claims and ensure that their policies and practices comply with ever-changing federal and state labor and employment laws. She also defends employers before administrative agencies and in state and federal courts.
Christine defends employers in litigation matters including wage and hour class actions and discrimination, harassment, retaliation, FMLA, wrongful discharge, and ERISA disputes.
Christine conducts investigations of employee complaints of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, and defends clients in employment discrimination and sexual harassment matters. She advises large and small public and private employers on employee and manager training, and prepares policies and procedures on topics including leave, separation and severance agreements, and releases of claims, as well as non-compete agreements, social media use, drug testing, and wage and hour matters. Christine defends private employers against employee charges filed with the EEOC and the OCRC and advises clients on compliance with FMLA and ADA rules and regulations. She also represents clients in ERISA disputes.
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