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Upcoming Webinar

  • Ready, Set, Go: Critical Actions Every Employer Should Take with the New FLSA Overtime Rule
    Thursday, September 15, 2016
    2 p.m. EST / 1 p.m. CT / 12 p.m. MT / 11 a.m. PST
    Hosted by Shanna Wall, Compliance Attorney

    ​​Understanding the new FLSA overtime rule is one thing. But knowing which changes to make in your business is another matter altogether. ​​Now is the time to cut through the confusion surrounding the new overtime rule, particularly what you can and can’t do with employees. This free, insightful webinar will help you weigh your legal options and, just as important, develop a sensible implementation plan.​

    Brought to you by ComplyRight

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E-Guide
How to Classify Independent Contractors Correctly – Every Time
Using contract workers has many benefits, but it can be fraught with risk. Use this e-guide to get independent contractor classification right every time.
Tools & Tips
Interview Questions You Can Never Ask Applicants – and What to Ask Instead
This handy chart of dos and don’ts covers illegal and potentially discriminatory questions to avoid when interviewing candidates – and acceptable questions to ask instead.
Tools & Tips
FAQs About the New FLSA Overtime Rule
Refer to our FAQs about the new FLSA overtime rule to get the answers to your biggest questions, and to help you identify the steps to take before the compliance deadline.
E-Guide
Understand the New FLSA Overtime Rule: Who's Exempt and Who's Not
This E-Guide explains the legal criteria for each type of FLSA exemption, so you can more confidently determine which employees require overtime (and which don’t).
Podcasts
Independent Contractor or Employee? Q&A Session with Marcia Miller
Does your business rely on freelancers, project workers and other “independent contractors” to get things done? In this special Q&A session, 1099 Queen Marcia Miller asks common classification questions from webinar attendees