How to pass a timesheet audit and save your company money? In the United States, there are very specific requirements and burdens placed on employers regarding documentation of employee hours worked as well as time off the clock. Employers need to be vigilant about keeping up with the laws and compliance. Employers also need to review and update their processes and documentation frequently to ensure continued compliance with federal, state and local laws.
Do you know what the big “red flags” are, which are looked for by federal and state auditors while investigating organizations regarding wage and hour laws, as well as other documentation requirements? Employers can use software and other automated processes to assist with maintaining accurate documentation, but it is also critical that employers review and audit the processes in place on a regular basis.
The Department of Labor has been in the midst of a major crackdown on employers who violate wage and hour law for the past several years and there is no sign of a slowdown. From misclassification cases to inadequate or improper documentation - non-compliance can cost employers hundreds of thousands of dollars. This webinar by expert speaker Somer V. Jefferiss will cover the major hot-beds of violations and litigation and explain how employers can mitigate the risks. There will also be graphical charts breaking down the biggest areas of enforcement and liability as well as case study documentation.
Who Should Attend
Somer V. Jefferiss Esq. PHR
Mrs. Jefferiss' practice is focused on HR and employment law. As a labor consultant with Datamatics, she works closely with company executives, HR professionals and labor management specialists to diagnose obstacles facing employers and advise companies on practical steps toward improvement. Using her legal and busines... More info