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Exempt vs. Non-exempt Employees
September 14, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Are you raking up $1,000’s of backpay because you are not sure of the law?
All employees must be paid hourly, non-exempt unless they are considered exempt under the FLSA. An employer must prove that the employee meets the exemption under the salary basis, salary threshold, and job duties tests. Oh, and don’t forget to document! Yes, we will cover that too.
Four Key Takeaways from this webinar:
1) Increasing your likelihood of staff being paid correctly
2) What is the difference between salaried and exempt employees?
3) Creating a process that protects your organization and pays your staff correctly.
4) What does culture have to do with it? Everything!
Organizer of Exempt vs. Non-exempt Employees
Traci Scherck, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Traci is a dynamic, thoughtful and innovative HR professional that is committed to partnering with organizations to create a culture to tHRive. Traci marries her experience, passion and knowledge to create simple structures that foster collaboration and teambuilding with compliance to serve internal staff. Outcomes include increased employee performance and organizational profitability. When she is not serving organizations, you can find her near a lake or a river enjoying the sun and nature. Traci lives in Southern Wisconsin with her husband, two teenage boys and two newfoundland’s.
At Scherck Consulting, we believe that every individual has a right and a choice to be fulfilled in their work. Our firm’s goal is to ensure your organization has the processes and tools in place that maximize employee productivity and engagement. We partner with businesses to solve people challenges while ensuring you are in compliance. We learn your needs and customize a project and provide ongoing support that cost-effectively serves your business.
Jayme leads individuals and organizations on the journey to effect massive change through simple and effective strategies. She excels at getting to the root cause of issues and rebuilding the systems and processes that hold us back from making a massive impact. An expert at honing in on the next best step and clearing away the distraction, Jayme’s background in corporate IT, healthcare and the law equips her with the unique ability to maintain a big picture understanding while also diving deep into the details that matter. She offers coaching and consulting services to individuals and businesses, including private 1:1 sessions, corporate trainings, and workshops. She lives in Rockford, Illinois with three rambunctious boys and enjoys every moment she can sit at the potter’s wheel.