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Payroll Compliance Update: New Laws and Required Changes

OnDemand Webinar (59 minutes)

Make sure you are up to date on important payroll compliance issues.The requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act are complex. Employers often misunderstand how the FLSA is applied and the requirements for paying overtime and minimum wage. Misunderstandings about these critical concepts can expose an employer to millions of dollars in back pay claims. The arrival of a new administration has led to some changes in the rules, which complicates matters further. This material will explain the Department of Labor's new rules regarding tipped employees and joint employers, how domestic service workers are treated under the FLSA, and how the earning of commissions affects the calculation of the regular rate of pay used for determining the overtime pay rate.


Calvin R. House, Gutierrez, Preciado & House, LLP


Tipped Employees

• Are Tips Part of an Employee's Regular Rate of Pay?

• Do Tips Count Toward an Employer's Obligation to Pay Minimum Wage?

• What Does the DOL's New Tip Regulation Mean?


• What Exemptions Are There for Commissioned Employees?

• How Are Commissions Incorporated Into the Regular Rate of Pay?

Misclassification of Independent Contractors

• What Are the Consequences of Misclassification?

• How Do You Determine Whether a Worker Is an Independent Contractor?

Joint Employers

• What Is a Joint Employer?

• What Effect Does the DOL's Rescission of the 2020 Joint Employer Rule Have?

Domestic Service Workers

• Which Domestic Service Workers Are Covered by the FLSA?

• How Do the FLSA Requirements Apply to Domestic Service Workers?