Industry Spotlight: Manufacturing Wage and Hour Compliance - 6/27/19 @10am ET
Industry Spotlight: Manufacturing Wage and Hour Compliance - 6/27/19 @10am ET

Industry Spotlight: Manufacturing Wage and Hour Compliance - 6/27/19 @10am ET

The headlines recently reflect many of the concerns over how manufacturers pay its employees. The federal wage and hour law addresses non-exempt and exempt employees. This webinar will sort through those definitions and clarify a manufacturer’s compensation plan options. Join Julie Pugh, as she discusses what has changed, what hasn’t and some of the biggest mistakes that can be made when paying restaurant employees.

Speaker: Julie Pugh
As a partner of Graydon Law Firm in Cincinnati, OH, Julie's practice focuses on client counseling, employment litigation, and dispute resolution. She routinely represents clients before the EEOC, OCRC, DOL, and federal and state courts. Julie regularly visits client locations to counsel human resources staff, managers and supervisors, and employees on important legal topics. Examples of such training topics include wage and hour laws, anti-discrimination and anti-harassment (or “Respectful Workplace Training”), labor relations, and leaves of absence management.

June 27, 2019
10am ET

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