Is The Clock Ticking While Your Employees Are Clicking?
Date: Wednesday, December 5, 2012Time: 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ETRSVP: Greg Buss
Today's increasingly flexible work environments, enabled by smartphones and remote desktop access, have produced a windfall of worker productivity. But what happens when your innovative workplace policies and practices collide with antiquated off-the-clock laws and aggressive plaintiffs' counsel? We'd like to help you avoid finding out.
Please join us for a complimentary one-hour teleconference as our Paul Hastings wage and hour lawyers discuss the following hot topics:
Crafting smart Bring-Your-Own-Device ("BYOD") policies
Defining "compensable time" in the age of the virtual workplace
Timekeeping practices and employer obligations, including the impact of rounding, pre-populated entries, and automatic deductions
Latest off-the-clock litigation trends, including pre- and post-shift activities, travel, and on-call time
Best practices to avoid claims, improve timekeeping policies, certifications, monitoring and training
Speakers Include:Leslie Abbott - Los Angeles, Employment LawJeff Grube - San Francisco, Employment LawZachary Hutton - San Francisco, Employment LawStephen Sonnenberg - New York, Employment Law
CLE credit pending approval.