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Seven Lies Employees Tell You About Time & Pay

Most employers have heard at least one of these demands from their employees:

“You have to give me two 15-minute breaks.”

“You owe me overtime pay for last week.”

“You can’t make me work on Sundays.”

This webinar reveals the truths behind seven common employee misconceptions about time and pay laws. We’ll reveal the real truths behind these demands, according to the latest regulations. Just as important, you will walk away with a better understanding of how to protect your rights as an employer.

You will learn:

  • What the law really says about breaks (you may be surprised!)
  • When you can — and can’t — force employees to work on weekends and holidays
  • Whether or not you must pay employees for time spent traveling, training and commuting to work
  • Legal methods for minimizing overtime pay
  • When you should consider going above and beyond what the law requires
Jaime Lizotte
Presented by: Jaime Lizotte,
HR Solutions Manager
As mid-term elections near, the political debates taking place across the country are likely to spill over into the workplace. As a result, employers may encounter heated discussions around the watercooler about the candidates and issues, or explicit statements about employees’ political stances.
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