Speaker: Keely Collins | Elarbee, Thompson, Sapp & Wilson LLP
For many employers across the country and across industries, the nationwide worker shortage has created a demand-based necessity to raise wages. Market factors aside, the sudden shift to remote work introduced unanticipated minimum wage compliance concerns, such as challenges in satisfying basic posting requirements, monitoring employees’ accurate reporting of their hours works, and applying the minimum wage laws of other states.
To meet the challenge of a changing minimum wage landscape, you will take away the following from this session:
• Strategies for full compliance with the Department of Labor’s minimum wage compliance requirements for all workplaces, including offices with a hybrid of remote and in-person workers.
• Best practices for understanding and applying state minimum wage laws to remote workers.
• Risk management approaches for monitoring remote workers’ compliance with minimum wage laws.
• Approaches to addressing wage market factors in an employees’ market.