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2015 FLSA Changes: How to Plan, Budget and Prepare (Houston)

August 27, 2015
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


Baker Donelson
1301 McKinney Street
Suite 3700
Houston, Texas


August 27, 2015
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

The Department of Labor has dramatically increased the number of employees who must be paid on an hourly basis. Previously, employees who earned $455 per week (or $23,660 per year) could qualify for exempt status. Now, the DOL has increased the threshold for exempt status to $50,440 per year. This increase will cause a number of employees who have previously been classified as exempt to be non-exempt, meaning they must now be paid on an hourly basis.

Join us for this can't-miss briefing as we review the proposed DOL regulations and discuss steps that businesses can take now to plan for the inevitable changes that the DOL is determined to implement. We will review how to comply, plan, budget and prepare for the changes, including how best to assess and analyze litigation risks associated with the proposed regulations. You will leave with a roadmap on how best to implement these changes in your company.

Continuing Education Credit:
This program has been submitted to the HR Certification Institute for review.

Program and breakfast are complimentary. Space is limited for this event.

Parking will be validated at the following locations:

  • Houston Center Garage One – Garage entrances are on Caroline and Walker. Take the sky bridge on level 3 to our building.
  • Four Houston Center Garage – Garage entrance is on Caroline between McKinney and Lamar. Take the elevator from parking levels to food court level and then take the sky bridge (near Chick-fil-A) to our building lobby level.
  • Five Houston Center Garage – Garage entrance is on Austin between McKinney and Walker. Take the sky bridge on level 3 to our building.

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Heather Stripling
T: 205.250.8332
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