Webinar - The Wage & Hour Danger Zones
October 28, 2015
Navigating Around Employment Claims for Independent Contractor Misclassification, Off the Clock Work, Meal Periods & Rest Breaks, and under the Private Attorney General Act.
This webinar will provide tools for employers to reduce the risk of wage and hour claims, and obtain specific guidance for handling disputes involving Independent Contractor misclassification, Off the Clock and Remote Work Claims, Meal Periods & Rest Breaks and the recent surge of PAGA Claims.This webinar will also address how these issues impact transportation, manufacturing, and construction companies, which also apply to employers in many industries.
- What level of control can an employer exercise over an independent contractor before it is vulnerable to a claim of misclassification?
- What changes can companies make with their business practices and independent contractor agreements to shield themselves from misclassification litigation?
- What are you doing to ensure that your employees are not working off the clock or remotely? What are the best practices to avoid off-the-clock and remote work claims in court?
- How are the California Courts interpreting the 'Brinker' requirement that companies have compliant meal and rest period 'policies' for employees?
- What is the new standard for class action certification for meal and rest period pay violations? How should you address premium pay for "short" meal periods?
- How is the Private Attorney General Act now changing the landscape for wage and hour litigation? What is the scope of company-wide discovery where one employee seeks information for all other employees?
Program Topics Include:
- Independent Contractors
- Off the clock claims, "remote" work & best time-keeping practices
- Meal periods & rest breaks claims
- Private Attorney General Act
Please join us for our free educational webinar on October 28th from 12:00pm-1:00pm PDT. Click here to register.
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