Overtime Pay Rule Change – Jan. 1st Deadline

URGENT: New employment overtime rule REQUIRES you to modify how you pay some of your full-time salaried employees or fall victim to expensive lawsuit nightmares.

Effective January 1st, the new Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime rule changes the threshold for salaried employees.

In a nutshell, this means you could be among the thousands of practices REQUIRED to pay overtime to full-time employees making less than $35,568 a year. And, noncompliance really isn’t an option. Healthcare Employee Overtime Payments.

Private lawyers filing expensive lawsuits driven by employee complaints make complying with this new FLSA rule essential to your practice.

Wage-and-hour legal cases are currently the most active types of employment law litigation, and settlement amounts are hitting new highs. This means when employees complain about not being paid correctly, lawyers listen, and you get sued. Healthcare Employee Overtime Payments.

So, what can you do about it…

During this online training, human resources expert, Lori Kleiman, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, is hosting a healthcare-specific FLSA Overtime Rule Compliance online training session just for you.

In just 60 minutes, you’ll receive a step-by-step breakdown of the new FLSA requirements as they relate to healthcare. You’ll learn how to ensure compliance with this new rule – which includes avoiding overpaying your staff too. Healthcare Employee Overtime Payments.

Here are just a few of the proven FLSA new rule compliance tactics you’ll receive by attending this step-by-step, 60-minute plain-English online training:

  • Raise salaries or switch to hourly … Learn when and how to draw the line
  • More than just overtime eligibility … we’ll show you how to avoid the other big headaches in this rule too
  • Must-use language in employee conversations … and which words you should skip
  • Policy manual compliance — identify which policies you need to change today
  • Using bonuses as part of your compensation package? Find out what you need to really know
  • Reduce how much overtime pay will really affect your practice’s bottom line
  • And so much more…

WARNING:  Every medical practice and clinic that has full-time employees, no matter how big or small, is responsible for complying with these new FLSA rule modifications. No one is immune, you must comply by the January 1, 2020 deadline. 

This practical, online training will walk you through exactly what you need to do to comply with each type of salaried employee, how to determine an appropriate hourly wage, and how to effectively communicate with your staff about these changes. You’ll also receive detailed action items to help you avoid additional employment problems that could arise from this new FLSA rule.

The deadline to comply with this new employment rule is just a few short weeks away, and there are specific steps you must take NOW to ensure your compliance.

Although doctor compensation is not affected by the new FLSA rule, all other administrative and clinical staff are. Employees don’t have to be hourly to be eligible for overtime pay.

The consequences of noncompliance are too expensive to risk it.

Don’t wait, protect your practice and sign up for this expert online training today.

Meet Your Expert

Lori Kleiman

Lori Kleiman is certified as a SPHR and SHRM-SCP, and holds a Master’s Degree in Human Resources. She spent 30 years as a HR consultant and entrepreneur, and her background gives her unique insight into how HR professionals and executives can work together to achieve business goals.

A frequent speaker on a wide range of HR topics, Lori conducts seminars nationwide on a regular basis for executives and HR professionals. Her programs provide critical HR updates and best practices to aligning HR with your businesses.


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Dana Coachman
Charter Oak Health Center, Inc, HR Director
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Roman Empire Living Skills, Assistant Director
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Care Plus NJ, HR VP
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Belinda McGraw
Boulder City Hospital, HR Director
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Public Services, HR Manager