Are your wage and hour practices up to date? Have you heard about the recent developments in this area of the law? In the past few months, the Department of Labor (DOL) has been active – issuing opinion letters for the first time since 2009 and proposing numerous revisions to the Fair Labor Standards Act rules and regulations. Join us for a one-hour webinar on hot topics and recent developments in wage and hour law. Kyle Johnson and Tessa Castner – members of FBT’s Labor & Employment Practice Group who regularly litigate and advise employers on wage and hour matters – will discuss these recent developments, including the updates coming out of the DOL, trends in enforcement by the DOL and the plaintiff’s bar, and practical tips to ensure your workplace is compliant.
Tessa 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. Please click here to learn more about Tessa.
Kyle represents clients in the following areas of employment law: wage and hour, OSHA/MSHA, unions, and ERISA. He understands the problems that face management. Whether it’s a problematic employee, a problematic union, a problematic government agency or a problematic lawsuit, Kyle stands ready to provide timely and efficient solutions to these types of labor and employment issues. Employers turn to Kyle when they are confronted with these types of problems because he gives prompt attention to all of his clients regardless of how simple or complex the legal issue. Kyle strives to understand his clients’ business needs so that he can provide workable solutions for any employment situation. Please click here to learn more about Kyle.