Wage and Hour Workshop
I am pleased to announce that I am co-presenting a Wage and Hour Workshop on May 12, 2017, hosted by The Labor & Employment Law Section of the Santa Clara County Bar Association. My panel topic: In Today’s Mobile World, What Hours Really Count as Work? Richard Schramm and I will explore:
- Which hours are “hours worked”
- Handling On-Call time issues
- Controlled and uncontrolled stand-by and break time
- Non-Productive Time for Commissioned and Piece-Rate Workers
- Concealed Hours
- De Minimus Time
- Travel Time
Other presenters for the wage and hour workshop will cover expense reimbursements, ethical issues in wage and hour litigation, and the best ways to gather evidence for your case. The workshop includes many distinguished panelists.
The workshop is designed for attorneys, HR professionals, and businesses. We will provide an in-depth look at some of the more confusing wage and hour issues employers and employees face in today’s workforce. And, yes, ethics credit is available for part of the workshop.
You can find more information and register here. Seats can fill up quickly, so register early.
Wage and Hour Workshop Program
Panel 1: “In Today’s Mobile World, What Hours Really Count as Work?”
Richard Schramm, Employment Rights Attorneys, LLP
Robert Nuddleman, Nuddleman Law Firm, P.C.
Panel 2: “To Reimburse or Not Reimburse? That is the Question: A Discussion Re: Compliance with Expense Reimbursements.”
Honorable Roberta Hayashi, Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara
Panel 3: “The Art of Wage War: Ethical Issues in Wage and Hour Litigation.”
Panel 4: “Getting Creative With Discovery: What Are the Best Ways to Gather Your Evidence Formally or Informally in a Wage & Hour Case?”
Jennifer Leung, Juniper Networks and SCCBA Chair of Labor & Employment Section
I hope to see you there.
Original article by Robert E. Nuddleman of Nuddleman Law Firm, P.C.
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