Training & Information Program (TIP)
How to Avoid Hour and Wage Liability
Date: Tuesday, 07/14/2020
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Region: New York City
Location: Fedcap, 210 E 43rd Street, New York, NY 10017
Event Status: OpenRegister Now ›
Aisling is a counselor and litigator in the labor and employment department. She represents clients on employment related issues ranging from discrimination and harassment to violations of all state and federal wage and hour laws in a wide variety of industries including health care, hospitality, staffing, accounting, and retail.
Aisling successfully represents clients before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the New York State and New York City anti-discrimination agencies. She provides vigorous defense in federal and state courts in employment actions, and manages complex and often contentious discovery.
Honors & Affiliations:
New York State Bar Association
American Bar Association
University of Miami School of Law (J.D., with honors, 2008)
Rutgers University (B.A., with international moot court honors, 1999)
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
Who Should Attend:
Staff responsible for wage compliance including Human Resource professionals, Payroll professionals, Vocational Program Directors/Managers, Contract Managers/Time Study personnel.
Fair Labor Standards Act violations have increased significantly in recent years, resulting in billions of dollars of employer liability for penalties and owed wages. This session will explore this ever-present and growing threat and how employers can avoid wage and hour liability by implementing sound wage and hour practices. This session will discuss concerns employers routinely struggle with and provide practical guidance on properly classifying positions, overtime, preliminary, postliminary and remote work, travel time, breaks and meal periods, deductions from wages, piece rates, and commissions, bonuses and incentive compensation, as well as timekeeping practices and record keeping obligations.