There is a large chunk of workforce in California that’s eligible for overtime wages. Yet, ‘unpaid overtime claims’ comprise the largest category of complaints filed under California’s wage and hours laws. California sees a higher number of unpaid overtime settlements compared to any other state. And to complicate things, California overtime compliance requirements for employees differ from those in other states. In order to avoid costly legal troubles later, it is important to understand the California’s overtime rule for 2019—and how they apply to employees.
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In this informative webinar, payroll expert Vicki M. Lambert will explain the requirements for calculating overtime and complying with the state’s wage and hour laws. She will not only guide attendees on how the overtime rules (2019) for California employees differ from those in other states, but will also walk them through the specific terms and procedures used while handling the payroll for California workers. Lambert will also share what agencies govern proper payroll compliance for Californiaemployers.
After attending this webinar, attendees will understand both the large differences, as well as the subtle nuances, that make California overtime compliance unique for the employees. They will know where Californiafollows the federal standards; where it differs, and how to determine which has priority.
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This in-depth 100-minute session on California overtime rule 2019 will help attendees:
- Understand the requirements for calculating overtime and double time to ensure California overtime compliance in accordance with the state’s wage and hour laws
- Gain sound knowledge of the terms used in wage and hour law regarding paying overtime, such as “regular rate of pay”, “workweek”, “fluctuating workweek”, and “alternative workweek”
- Learn the calculations needed for when an employee is paid different rates of pay within the same workweek and is due overtime pay
- Know the requirements for compensatory time off as opposed to make-up time and explain the difference between the two under California law
- Know where California follows the federal standards and where it differs and how to determine which has priority
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Who Should Attend
- Payroll executives/managers/administrators/professionals/practitioners/entry level personnel
- Human resources executives/managers/administrators
- Accounting personnel
- Business owners/executive officers/operations and departmental managers
- Attorneys/legal professionals
- Any individual or entity that must deal with the complexities and requirements of paying employees overtime in the State of California
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