The Department of Labor’s proposed update to the minimum salary thresholds for white collar exemptions has almost doubled. This could have an significant impact on many work places. Mr. Lewis will discuss the new proposed minimum weekly threshold, other criteria that are often overlooked by employers, and FSLA traps during this one hour CLE. This is a great opportunity for attendees to discuss these changes while learning what the proper applications and requirements are for true white collar exemptions.
A partner and practice group leader of Jones Walker's Labor & Employment Practice Group, Sid Lewis consults and advises management and human resources personnel with respect to employment and labor laws in all industries throughout the United States, including retail, hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing, and service industries. A majority of his work involves general advice to employers on a variety of employment situations, including discipline, terminations, applications, leave requests, transfers, noncompete agreements, trade secret information, wage payments, wage and hour laws, family and medical leave, disabilities, workers' compensation, discrimination complaints, workplace harassment, internal investigations, documentation, policy reviews, preventative counseling, supervisor training, and early litigation negotiation.
Speaker: Sidney F. Lewis, Jones Walker LLP
Date: Thursday, August 6, 2015
Time: 12 Noon - 1 PM
Location: NOBA Office, 650 Poydras Street, Suite 1505
CLE: 1 hour of continuing legal education credit
Cost: NOBA Member Discount: $35 ; Non Member: $55
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