Survival Guide to DOL Wage & Hour Investigations
Receiving notice from the Department of Labor (DOL) that your company is under investigation for labor compliance can be a scary thought! But it does not have to be that way. In this Virtual Class, Onsi will provide an overview of how to be prepared for DOL investigations so that the actual experience is not as scary and can help you improve and expedite the process. Register today and help protect your company from a frightful experience.
Virtual Class: Survival Guide to DOL Wage & Hour Investigations October 18th | 10am – 2pm
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
A Wage & Hour Investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor does not only effect those in Human Resources and Payroll – it causes fear across multiple departments and positions within the company. Take a look at the list below to see if you or your colleagues would benefit from this training:
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
What your rights and responsibilities are as a company during a DOL Wage & Hour Investigation
You will learn the standard process typically followed so that you are not completely surprised when you receive the notice of investigation. Additionally, you have rights too! It is important to understand those rights to best protect your company.
Which Federal labor laws are covered during Wage & Hour investigations
For government contractors, not only does an investigator look for Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime violations, but also, for Service Contract Act (SCA) and Davis Bacon Act (DBA) prevailing wage and Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act (CWHSSA) violations.
What records a company is required to produce if requested
You will learn the types of recordkeeping information and documentation that your company will be required to produce to support your classification of employees (i.e., exempt versus non-exempt), wage & fringe benefit compensation/tracking, payroll deductions, hours worked, and the minimum and maximum covered period.
What happens when there is a back wage finding by the investigator
– If the company is in agreement with the findings, you will learn when payment must be made to the employees and the process for providing proof of payment.
– If the company disagrees with the findings, you will learn the process for contesting.
REAL Life Examples from a former DOL Investigator
We will have a former DOL Investigator break down some real life examples of investigations that will help you understand what is asked during interviews, what are they looking in reviewing documentation, and the “what not to do” scenarios!
And much, much more!
WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY
COO at Dependable Health Services Inc.
Chief Financial Officer at Lifehealth Inc.
Benefits Administrator Complete Mobile Dentistry
Our Virtual Class will be hosted online on October 18, 2022. Register for the class down below, and we will keep you updated with virtual invitation closer to the event.
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