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How the recent FLSA updates will impact you and your team.
Join us for this free webinar on October 27th at 2pm.
The changes to the white collar exemptions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), first proposed in June 2015, are now effective December 1st, 2016. They would double the salary threshold for workers otherwise eligible for a white collar exemption from minimum wage and overtime requirements under the FLSA. These regulations will affect over 65% of employers.
Join Matt Vaadi, owner of ERG Payroll & HR, for a live conversation outlining this topic and how you can use the changes as a competitive advantage.
Equip your team for growth in the face of a challenge.
Matt will share feedback from countless conversations with the IRS, tax professionals, and HR professionals on what to expect in the coming year and the impact of recent changes.
We will discuss the following topics:
- What has changed?
- How does this impact your team?
- What can you do to prepare?
In every challenge lies an opportunity.
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October 27th at 2pm
About the Speaker
Matt Vaadi is a bona fide HR nerd. He has worked in HR since 2003, which is pretty much the stone ages. His HR experience has ranged from frontline management of 50 employees to consulting organizations in the Fortune 500, as well as speaking at various events. He has interviewed and hired thousands of people in his diverse career. He now serves as president at ERG Payroll & HR, an HR support firm in Columbia, SC.
What people have said about previous webinars:
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