Henderson Brothers’ “FLSA Seminar: Are your employees really exempt?” Recap

Posted March 22, 2012 Company News

It’s likely that you’ve heard some buzz about our recent seminars…

On February 15 at the Four Points Sheraton Pittsburgh North, Henderson Brothers partnered with Littler Mendelson to bring clients and prospects a free FLSA seminar worth 2 CE credits. The seminar, titled, “FLSA Seminar: Are your employees really exempt?” reviewed common overtime exemptions & requirements, employer trends for classifying employees, and identified tips for conducting in-house audits to determine if an employee is entitled to overtime. Robert W. Pritchard and Jill M. Albrecht, representing Littler Mendelson, presented. The seminar was moderated by Henderson Brothers’ Director of Compliance, Shari Herrle.

 

“I had been doing quite a bit of reading over the past year and felt that the FLSA subject matter was very timely and relevant for our clients and prospects. I requested that Littler be involved in the seminar and they jumped at the opportunity,” said Shari Herrle.

 

Response for the seminar was overwhelming, with over 80 people in attendance! The FLSA Seminar was the first of four seminars in Henderson Brothers’ 2012 Seminar Series. Keep an eye out for our next seminar which is projected to be held in May!

 

What People Are Saying:

 

What did you like most about the event?

 

“The detailed explanation of the issues – practical, real life information rather than merely legal. Pritchard is an excellent presenter!”

 

“Great presentation by Mr. Pritchard. Good handout materials and overhead slides”

 

“This was one of the best presentations I’ve attended”

 

 

Questions? Please email us at [email protected]

 


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