Daily Update March 14, 2016 - Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) rule changes webinar 3/16/16

You may want to listen into this webinar on the current thinking regarding FSLA OT revisions.

The Alliance is hosting a teleconference on the proposed changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) that would raise the standard minimum level for salaried workers.  The Alliance has graciously welcomed participation from all NOSACers and all their members. 

The teleconference will be held on March 16 from 1-2 p.m. CT.  The email containing all of the details may be found below.

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Alliance for Strong Families and Communities

FLSA Proposed Changes: A Candid Conversation

While the Department of Labor currently reviews proposed overtime regulations to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) that would raise the standard minimum level for salaried workers, join the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities Policy Office for the teleconference Fair Labor Standards Act: A Candid ConversationMarch 16 from 1-2 p.m. CT. Learn from others in the sector who are already operating under of the proposed rule change.

 

In addition to reviewing the latest updates on FLSA, nonprofit leaders will share details on the process they used to move salaried workers to a higher minimum.

 

To learn more about the proposed rules to update the FLSA overtime exemptions, review the results of a poll conducted by the Alliance in the report Overtime Exemptions & Implications on the Nonprofit Human-Serving Sector.

 

You do not need to register for this call. On March 16, call 800-503-2899 and enter the access code 3596562 when prompted.

 

Contact Ann Koerner of the Alliance at 414-359-6562 with questions.

Alliance for Children and Families

Alliance for Strong Families and Communities 
National Operations Center 
11700 W. Lake Park Drive 
Milwaukee, WI 53224 
414-359-6563 Office 
414-359-1074 Fax

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