"FLSA: It's all in the details" -- CSMFO Webinar
9-10:30 a.m., Wed., Feb. 14, 2018
No more procrastinating; it's time. Learn more about the FLSA and applicable overtime law. Like solving a puzzle, balancing your checkbook, or a trip to Costa Rica (maybe that's a stretch), the FLSA can be fun - full of policy judgments, concrete rules, and room for decision-making. Whether you are considering an overtime audit to fix problems, wanting to understand what overtime is legally required as opposed to just past practice or a creature of inapplicable State law, implementing a new payroll system, or meeting and conferring on schedules and overtime, this fun session is for you.
Advance registration required for this no-charge webinar:
1. Who's covered and who's not and how can you figure it out?
2. What counts as FLSA vs. non-FLSA overtime?
3. What record keeping do you need to do?
* Eddie Kreisberg, Principal, Meyers Nave
* Brandon Halter, Associate, Meyers Nave
CSMFO Color Commentator:
* Gloriann Sasser, Administrative Services Director, Moraga-Orinda Fire District
Audience: local government finance professionals, especially those dealing with classification of employees and payroll issues
Get connected with these steps.
1. Register in advance for the webinar:
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*** Advance registration required for this no-charge webinar:
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3. Ask questions:
You may submit questions anonymously via email to CSMFO@DonMaruska.com in advance or via the webinar during the panel discussion. As moderator for the session, Don Maruska will pose the questions.
4. Presenters' presentation materials: We post these with the agenda at "Agendas & Archives" tab of www.csmfo.org/training/webinars. The PPT will be available 24 hours before the webinar.
After a webinar occurs, a digital recording along with the PowerPoint materials and results of the polling questions will be available after 24 hours at the "Agendas & Archives" tab of www.csmfo.org/training/webinars.
CPE Credits: If you are a member of CSMFO and wish to obtain CPE credit, you need to register and attend in your name, respond to at least 75% of the live polling questions, and pay $25 to CSMFO after notice from CSMFO following the webinar. After payment, CSMFO emails the CPE certificate as a PDF.
Post-Webinar Group Discussions
Many agencies are organizing groups to participate in the webinars (live or recorded) and discuss the topics among themselves after the webinars. Some are summarizing their discussions and distributing them to managers throughout their organizations. Use the CSMFO Coaching Program as an effective way to enhance professional development in your agency. Here are some discussion starters for this session:
a. Where do we have questions or concerns about FLSA in our agency?
b. How can we analyze the issues to resolve them effectively?
c. What are resources that we would like to tap?
Enjoy the resources to help you succeed in local government finance.