Webinar: Industry Spotlight: Non Profit - FLSA Compliance - 8/29/19 @2pm ET
Webinar: Industry Spotlight: Non Profit - FLSA Compliance - 8/29/19 @2pm ET

Webinar: Industry Spotlight: Non Profit - FLSA Compliance - 8/29/19 @2pm ET

Wage and hour law in the non-profit world can get a little tricky. Many questions arise. Must my little company comply? Do I have to pay my employees by the hour? Can my employees still “volunteer” and contribute to the organization? How should we accept donations from employees back to the organization? Join Paycor and Julie Pugh, a labor and employment attorney with the law firm of Graydon in Cincinnati, Ohio (and an avid non-profit volunteer) to learn the answers to these, and more, Fair Labor Standards Act questions.

Speaker: Julie Pugh
Julie’s practice at Graydon Law focuses on client counseling, employment litigation, and dispute resolution. She routinely represents clients before the EEOC, OCRC, DOL, and federal and state courts. She also worked as a human resource staffing supervisor for a local logistics company. She holds certifications as a SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) and as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR). Julie sits on the Executive Board of GCHRA, a local SHRM chapter supporting continuing education of human resources professionals.

Thursday, August 29, 2019
2pm ET

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