Wage and Hour Forum Audit Your Workforce: Staying Two Steps Ahead of a Wage and Hour Class Action and the DOL
If you hoped the close of the first decade of the millennium would bring an end to the wave of wage and hour class actions, you will be disappointed. Employers will have to protect themselves as they are increasingly vulnerable not only to wage and hour class actions, but also to individual complaints, as well as federal and state agency investigations and enforcement actions.
When did you last take a close look at the things that the plaintiffs lawyers and the investigators are focusing on: worker misclassifications, timekeeping and records violations, and miscalculation of wages (including overtime)?
Please join us for this complimentary one-hour teleconference as our Paul Hastings wage and hour lawyers discuss the fundamental steps of a wage and hour self-audit, and see whether youre protected or still vulnerable.
DATETuesday, October 19, 2010
TIME9:00 am PT / 12:00 pm ET
Please RSVP by Friday, October 15, 2010 to Christina Kolesar at
CLE qualifications pending approval.