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The Advisory Committee on Increasing Competitive Integrated Employment for Individuals with Disabilities (the Committee) Final Report

Trump Justice Department Requests Another Minimum Salary Rule Delay to June 30

Judge Grants Extension to DOJ for New Minimum Salary Stay Appeal

Government Contractor Paycheck Transparency Rule Nullified by Congress

Court Issues Nationwide Block of Obama’s New Exempt Minimum Salary Rule

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and FLSA Section 14(c) Enforcement

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President Signs Executive Order Requiring Paid Sick Leave

Proposed FLSA Minimum Salary Revision to 29 CFR Part 541 Released June 30, 2015

New FMLA Forms Published May 2015

Public Meetings to Discuss Proposed WIOA Limitations on Use of Commensurate Wages

Court Vacates Key Sections of the New Domestic Employee & Companion Regulation

Delayed Enforcement of the new FLSA Domestic Home Worker Rule 29 CFR Part 552

USDOL Certification Office Sending

Treasury Department Announces One-Year Delay Enforcing the Affordable Care Act, ACA

New Revised Employment Eligibility Form I-9 March 2013

NLRB & the USDOL Issue New Regulations and Procedures

OFCCP Publishes New Regulation for Federal Contractors

Conference Approved for 13 HRCI Credit Hours and SHRM PDCs



           Our upcoming Fair Labor Standards Act conference in Monroe, LA, on June 14-15, has been preapproved by the Human Resource Certification Institute, HRCI for 13 General PHR, SPHR, GPHR recertification credit hours. It has also been preapproved by the Society for Human Resource Management, SHRM, for 13 PDCs for CP and SCP recertification. We will also be applying for credit hours for our Ohio and Minnesota conferences in September.


The 2017 Conference Is

About Preparing for Your Future!


       This conference is essential for CEOs, Executive Directors, HR Directors and management team members. It is not just about “methods.” The conference is about the culture change and the program shift that the WIOA will bring to your organization. Discussion will include the compliance concepts and principles that management must understand to maintain a “no violation” history with the USDOL. The conference will change the way your organization thinks about FLSA compliance and the future of commensurate wages.

            The training includes instruction with time studies, including a time study demonstration setting piece rates and a demonstration setting a standard for hourly commensurate rates.


New WIOA Documentation and Training Requirements


New Requirements and Standards for Documenting Disabilities


The Culture and FLSA Compliance Changes If You Don’t Renew Your Special MW Certificate


Status of the Exempt Employee Minimum Salary Rule


Current FLSA Enforcement - Time Studies - Prevailing Rates - Hourly Ratings


Enforcement Changes with the Trump Administration


If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact us at 828-328-9241.