Writing a FLSA/DOL Compliant Corporate Travel Policy- When the Law Says You Must Pay?

webinar Writing a FLSA/DOL Compliant Corporate Travel Policy- When the Law Says You Must Pay?

You Will Learn:

  • How to build a travel policy that complies with the latest FLSA/DOL rules
  • Common travel related pay mistakes that land companies in court, and how to avoid them
  • What is considered working time, and when travel time must be compensated
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You have a travel policy, but is it out of date, and more importantly is does it protect your organization from costly class-action suits?

Travel spend is at great risk for non-compliance, especially when it comes to employee vehicle use, commuting, and on-call workers.

Preparing a travel policy that will hold up in court can be a daunting task, often creating more questions than answers.

How can your organization create the best travel policy for the best company outcome? One that maximizes compliance, and meets Wage and Hour requirements.

Learning Objectives

This information-packed webinar explores how to create a travel policy that is clear, concise, and complies with DOL and FLSA rules. This comprehensive program covers real-life non-compliance cases related to compensation and travel, with a focus on:

  • How to build a travel policy that includes all aspects of travel
  • Common travel policy mistakes under FLSA and DOL, and how to avoid them
  • Best practices for travel compensation related to-
    • Employees who report for emergencies
    • Employer vehicle use
    • Special location assignments
    • Training time
    • Company meetings
    • Lunch and break times
    • Telecommuting
  • How to handle travel pay during regular work hours
  • When you must pay on-call workers or those ‘waiting to be engaged’
  • When commuting time is considered compensable
  • Pay considerations for overnight travel
  • Employees wage and hour scams and how to keep them from taking advantage

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Faculty

Mark E. Tabakman
Mark E. Tabakman
Partner, Fox Rothschild LLP

Mark is a labor and employment lawyer who handles both union and non-union matters for employers across the country. He counsels human resource professionals and in house counsel in complying with the myriad federal/state employment laws to provide creative, practical and cost-effective solutions to employment issues and problems.

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