DOL’s PAID Program: What it Means and How to Self-Audit for Improved Compliance

recording DOL’s PAID Program: What it Means and How to Self-Audit for Improved Compliance

You Will Learn:

• How the PAID program works
• Process for signing up and additional steps to take once you do
• What the program will / will not do for you
• Which FLSA issues can be corrected under the PAID program

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What is the PAID program and how can my organization benefit from it?

The Department of Labor recently extended the PAID program (Payroll Audit Independent Determination) which is designed to cut down on overtime and minimum wage violations under the FLSA.

For any organization interested in increased compliance and fewer costly FLSA violations, the PAID program is a golden opportunity to self-audit compensation.

Learning Objectives

During this FREE 45-minute webinar you will learn:

  • How the PAID program works
  • Process for signing up and additional steps to take once you do
  • Benefits and what the program will/will not do for you

After this information-packed event, you will better understand the DOL’s motivation for extending the PAID program, and what participation means for you- the employer. Additional objectives include:

  • What ‘Payroll Audit Independent Determination’ is and how it applies to you
  • How to participate in the program:

o    Conduct a self-audit
o    Submit info to DOL
o    Pay what’s owed

  • Which FLSA issues can be corrected under the PAID program
  • Why the PAID program is – or isn’t – right for your organization

o    DOL’s motivation
o    Employer perks
o    Gotchas to watch out for

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Faculty

Tammy D. McCutchen
Tammy D. McCutchen
Principal, Littler

A former administrator of the wage and hour division at the U.S. Department of Labor, Tammy D. McCutchen is a leading authority on federal and state wage and hour laws who now represents and counsels management clients in connection with all types of labor and employment matters.

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