In anticipation of the Department of Labor’s changes to the salary test last year, employers ran into several unanticipated questions and pitfalls. This presentation will explore and explain five of the most common pitfalls, including: how to track time; policies and practices for regulating overtime; how to calculate the regular rate, commissions, and bonuses; what to do about travel time; and how to manage working from home.
Jeffrey N. Lindemann. Jeff is a member in the Labor and Employment practice group in our Columbus office. His practice is concentrated on the representation of employers in a wide variety of labor and employment matters, including employment discrimination and wrongful discharge matters, wage and hour matters, trade secret and covenant not to compete matters, collective bargaining agreement negotiations and arbitrations, as well as the advice practice for companies who endeavor to comply with a wide variety of labor and employment statutes and regulations encountered in today’s workplace environment.
Tessa L. Castner:
Tessa is an associate in the Labor and Employment practice group in our Cincinnati office. She represents employers in all aspects of employment law including employment litigation, traditional labor work, and administrative hearings. She has experience working on litigation matters involving claims of employment discrimination, retaliation, wrongful discharge, and wage and hour violations. Tessa also advises clients on employment related issues, such as contract disputes, disciplinary matters, terminations, and other personnel policies and concerns.