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*FREE* Update on Proposed DOL Changes to FLSA “White Collar” Exemptions Plus The Positives and Pitfalls of Using Independent Contractors

When: Wednesday, February 3, 2016
8:00 - 8:30 Networking & Registration; 8:30 - 10:00 AM Program
Where: McDonald"s Corporation
Hamburger University
2715 Jorie Boulevard, Room 222
Oak Brook 60523
United States
Contact: Lyndy Nierman

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                      Update on Proposed DOL Changes to FLSA “White Collar” Exemptions 
                                  The Positives and Pitfalls of Using Independent Contractors

Every employer struggles with two key issues: which employees are exempt from overtime pay and whether an individual is an employee or independent contractor.  With the lasting effect of the recession and the proposed DOL changes to regulations for determining white collar exemptions, employers may consider from time to time whether to use contingent workers or independent contractors.   We have put together an exciting panel to discuss these important topics.  Our attorney will cover the proposed DOL changes, when we might expect to see the final regulations, and what should companies consider to be ready to comply?   The panel will then discuss the importance of properly classifying individuals as employees, including contingent workers, or independent contractors.


Dionne R. Hayden - Labor and Employment Attorney with Miller Canfield.

Denise Egizio - Global Workforce Solutions Lead, McDonald’s Corporation

Linda Vandeventer – Senior Consultant with Xerox/Buck Consultants

Gina Flaig - Director of Human Resources, Red Box/ Outerwall


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 This program is pending for approval for 1.5 credit hours towards PHR/SPHR/SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 1.5 professional development credits (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.