Date: October 19, 2023 – live, online (Zoom)
Presenters: Natasha J. Baker/Olivia B. Perry
Best for: Higher education administrators, HR professionals, senior leaders, and compensation and payroll administrators.
- Increase knowledge around the Fair Labor and Standards Act (FLSA), specifically as it applies to classification of faculty (including adjunct faculty), coaches, and student-employees.
- Examine issues of compensatory time in higher education and how to know whether your institution is eligible to provide it in lieu of overtime.
- Gain insight into current or pending issues defining who is an employee at an institution with focus on graduate students and student athletes.
What’s Included: Attendees will participate in the live interactive training, receive a copy of the training materials, and a certificate of attendance.
This training will take a close look at wage and hour issues in higher education. With a wide variety of employee types and responsibilities, this training will explore classifications under the FLSA for faculty, coaches, and student employees. Further, attendees in this session will gain insight into alternative forms of compensation, such as compensatory time, room & board, and course credit, as well as ongoing issues around defining who even is an employee at an institution.
Sign up now, spaces are limited.
Length: 1.5 hour(s)
Cost: $350.00 per attendee.
Groups of 5 or more from a single organization receive a 20% discount off each registration.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your group or if you have any questions.
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