Sacramento EAC – Wage and Hour Workshop: Going Beyond the Exemption Discussion
Date / Time
Thursday, April 7, 2016
7:30 am - 12:30 pm
Sacramento State Alumni Center
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
Please join SEAC's panel of wage and hour experts for this half-day workshop exploring the wage and hour issues faced by employers once they get beyond the big questions of whether an individual is a contractor or employee, and whether the employee is exempt or non-exempt. Compensation for non-exempt employees presents several questions for employers, such as:
- How is working time calculated?
- How is overtime calculated?
- How is the overtime rate calculated, especially if an employee has two rates of pay?
- How should missed meal and rest periods be addressed?
And more discrete questions including:
- How is reporting time and a split shift calculated and paid?
- How should working time be tracked and what are the risks with time-clock rounding?
Navigating through these issues can be very tricky and result in unanticipated financial liability for employers. SEAC’s panel of experts will address these questions and more at this informative half-day workshop!
Breakfast will be provided.
Cancellation/No Show: Reservations cancelled less than 72 hrs in advance and/or no show will be billed the entire amount.
*HRCI Credit Approval Pending
7:30 am - Registration and Breakfast
8:00 am - Welcome and Opening Remarks
8:15 am - What Kind of Worker Are They? Employee vs. Independent Contractor
9:00 am - What Is An Employee Entitled To? Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Employees
10:15 am - Break
10:30 am - How Is Pay Calculated? Tips and Traps When Doing the Math and Issuing Payments
11:30 am - What Mistakes Am I Making That I Don't Know? Enforcement and Litigation Trends, and the Common Mistakes Made
12:15 am - Questions and Answers
12:30 am - Conclusion
Julie Totten (read full bio)
Ms. Totten is a Partner in charge of Orrick's Sacramento Employment Law Group. She has a national practice with extensive experience defending and advising employers in complex discrimination, harassment, wrongful discharge, privacy and wage and hour matters. Ms. Totten is an active member of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the American Bar Association.
Galen Shimoda (read full bio)
Mr. Shimoda handles individual and class action wage and hour claims for overtime, meal period violations, unpaid commissions and bonuses, minimum wage, and reimbursement expenses. Mr. Shimoda regularly speaks at seminars and panels representing the plaintiffs’ side and provides a unique perspective.
Tanya Hill (read full bio)
Senior Deputy Hill is the supervisor in the CA Labor Commissioner's Bureau of Field Enforcement Unit overseeing the Unit’s Redding, Sacramento and Stockton offices and their surrounding jurisdictional counties.
Nicholas Briscoe (read full bio)
Mr. Briscoe is an Economist in the Forensic Services Group of Crowe Horwath LLP. Mr. Briscoe’s practice includes the assessment of economic issues and data analysis related to state-specific and FLSA wage and hour matters including overtime pay, misclassification, regular rate of pay, off-the-clock work and meal and rest break periods.
Timothy B. Del Castillo (read full bio)
Tim Del Castillo, a senior associate in the Sacramento office, is a member of the firm’s employment law group. Orrick’s Employment Law and Litigation group was recently named Labor & Employment Department of the Year in California by The Recorder, the premier source for legal news, in recognition of their significant wins on behalf of leading multinational companies on today’s most complex and challenging employment law matters
Parking is available adjacent to the Alumni Center. The parking fee is included in the registration fee. Watch your email the week of the workshop to receive an electronic parking permit. Print the permit and display on your dashboard the day of the workshop.
Members - $90, Non-members - $125
For more information or to register please contact:
Melissa Ford at [email protected]