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Compliance Training 1-49 Employees
Jessica Flora, AAIM Employers' Association

There are many different labor laws that companies must abide by.  This session will provide a comprehensive overview of the most important labor laws that employers with 1 to 49 employees must comply with.  After the course, you will understand what each law is, who it covers, and what you must do to comply.
Legal Update: FLSA

Abby Clark, Davis & Campbell

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) had a busy summer.  On June 30, 2015, it published a proposed rule that would raise the Fair Labor Standards Act’s minimum-salary amount required to qualify for a white collar exemption from $23,660 to $50,440 per year beginning in 2016.  But that wasn’t all.  The Department was back in action on July 15, 2015, when it issued interpretative guidance on the classification of independent contractors, taking the position that massive misclassification errors are prevalent in the workplace.
FLSA - It's Here!
Burt Garland, Ogletree Deakins

In this session we will cover some of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s basics and then dive into the sweeping changes being proposed by The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). First, the DOL recently announced a proposed rule revising the FLSA regulations for white collar exemptions, which would extend overtime protection to as many as 5 million white collar workers in the first year alone. Second, the DOL recently issued guidance on the use of independent contractors, memorializing the DOL’s long-standing goal of classifying nearly all workers as “employees.” Misclassification verdicts and settlements regularly amount to millions of dollars. This session will describe actions employers can and should take now to minimize their exposure.


Legal Update: ACA
Derek Schryer, Davis & Campbell

The ACA requires that Applicable Large Employers deliver the 2015 Form 1095-C to their full-time employees by January 31, 2016. This webinar will provide an overview of Form 1095-C and the related Form 1094-C to enable employers to comply with this new reporting obligation.
Introduction to FMLA
Rob Burn, AAIM Employers' Association

This webinar introduces a new practitioner to the requirements and obligation a company has under FMLA.  Topics to include:  Eligibility (company and employee), notice requirements, what supervisors need to know, and common challenges.