Wage and Hour Developments - Key Considerations for Employers6月 28, 2021
Please join us for a discussion of recent wage and hour legal developments that impact employers. Led by O’Melveny Labor and Employment partner Adam KohSweeney, several emerging issues that employers should consider when managing their workforces in order to reduce litigation risk will be discussed, including:
- Regular rate calculations post-Dart Container
- Regular rate calculations and COVID hazard pay
- Rounding Policies
- The definition of time worked
- PAGA Releases
- Compensability of “Quarantine Time”
- Recent case law interpreting Section 226
Adam KohSweeney regularly represents and advises employers on an array of labor and employment matters, including federal and state litigation and arbitration under the Fair Labor Standards Act, state wage and hour laws, and the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Adam’s clients include employers across the financial services, hospitality, airline, and construction sectors. In 2020, he was named to the Daily Journal’s list of Top Labor & Employment Lawyers and has been recognized by the National Law Journal as an Employment Law Trailblazer.
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