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Wage & Hour Master Class for employers and HR

Wage & Hour Master Classes

The U.S. Department of Labor estimates that almost 70% of employers aren't in compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act. And with new bills like The Employee Misclassification Prevention Act making their way through a much more employee-friendly Congress, employers face a tough road ahead in 2009.

Protect your organization from being targeted for FLSA violations by registering for your state's Wage & Hour Master Class. You'll learn how to minimize your company's exposure to state and federal violations with the help of trained and highly respected employment law attorneys who deal with complex FLSA court cases in your state.

This advanced workshop is specially designed to help you understand how to comply with one of the most complex areas for HR and employers. Each seminar is approved for recertification credit toward PHR and SPHR by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). CLE credit pending.

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Find your state's FLSA Master Class below:

Birmingham — Wednesday, September 9th, 2009
Wage & Hour Workshop: The Advanced Interactive Overtime Compliance Workshop for Alabama Employers


Past State-Specific Wage & Hour Seminars

Below is a list of recently held Wage & Hour Seminars. Please bookmark this page to check back on updates to the list.

Arizona: Phoenix — December, 2008
California: Los Angeles, Costa Mesa & San Francisco — March, 2009
Delaware: Wilmington — November, 2008
Florida: Orlando October, 2008
Georgia: Atlanta — September, 2008
Illinois: Chicago — March, 2008
Indiana: Indianapolis — June, 2008
Kansas: Wichita — June, 2009
Kentucky: Louisville — November, 2007
Maryland: Baltimore — October, 2008
Massachusetts: Cambridge— February, 2009
Michigan: Detroit (Novi) — April, 2007
Minnesota: Minneapolis— January, 2009
Mississippi: Jackson — September, 2007
Missouri: Clayton — November, 2008
Nevada: Las Vegas — December, 2008
New Jersey: Newark (Florham Park) — June, 2008
New Mexico: Albuquerque — December, 2008
New York: Buffalo & New York City — May, 2007
North Carolina: Charlotte October 21, 2008
North Carolina: Duram October 22, 2008
Ohio: Columbus —October 31, 2007
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia — October, 2008
South Carolina: Charleston — December, 2008
Tennessee: Franklin-Nashville — September, 2008
Texas: Dallas & Houston — December, 2008
Utah: Salt Lake City — November, 2008
Virginia: Richmond — May, 2009
Washington: Seattle — February, 2009
Wisconsin: Madison — December, 2008

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