Wage & Hour Guide for Small Businesses – Plus a Special Update
on DOL Changing Rules for Independent Contractors
Wednesday, November 2, 2022, 12:00pm EST
As small business owners, every day you likely encounter the unexpected especially when it comes to employees. And no area of employment law is trickier than wage and hour rules. Join this webinar with NFIB’s Small Business Legal Center to deepen your understanding of key wage and hour laws and how to stay in compliance with them.
Topics will include:
- Overtime requirements, as well as other common wage and hour issues, for non-exempt (hourly) employees.
- How to calculate travel pay.
- Time off from work to vote rules.
- Deductions from wages for employee uniforms and other expenses.
- Wage and hour mandatory recordkeeping.
We will also discuss the U.S. Department of Labor’s recently announced proposal to change independent contractor rules.
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Executive Director, Small Business Legal Center
Elizabeth Milito serves as Executive Director, Small Business Legal Center with the National Federation of Independent Business Small Business Legal Center, a position she has held since March 2004. Ms. Milito is responsible for managing cases and legal work for NFIB. She frequently counsels businesses facing employment discrimination charges, wage and hour claims, wrongful termination lawsuits, union avoidance and, and in most other areas of human resources law. She also provides and develops on-line and on-site training on a variety of employment law matters and is a frequent media spokesperson on employment and labor matters. Since March 13, 2020, Ms. Milito has been offering webinars to navigate small business owners nationwide through the federal loan programs, workplace safety guidelines, liability issues, and economic downturn.
Executive Director, NFIB Research Center
Holly Wade is the executive director of research and policy analysis for NFIB, where she conducts original research and studies public policy effects on small businesses. She produces NFIB’s monthly Small Business Economic Trends survey and surveys on topics related to small business operations. Holly is also a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE). She has undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Sociology from the University of Washington, and a Masters of Public Policy from the University of Denver