ALLIANT HUMAN RESOURCES

PO BOX 94  |  ASHLAND MA  01721

508.505.0942

Location:

Metrowest Chamber of Commerce, Conference Room

1671 Worcester Rd.

Framingham, MA  01701

 

Date/Time Information:

Wednesday, February 1, 2017
9:30 am - 11:00 am

Contact Information:

Andy Bennett

Cost:

FREE!

Are You Classifying Your Employees Correctly?

Misclassification is a common HR Mistake

 

 

All employees are classified as either Exempt or Non-Exempt. Some companies hire independent contractors, but are they properly classified as such? What about interns? Are they really employees that must be paid?

 

Getting the classification of each employee correct is critically important, yet misclassification is one of the top human resources mistakes that plague companies of all sizes.

 

The U.S. Department of Labor is cracking down now more than ever on this issue. Violating the classification laws can prove to be a very costly mistake for employers. Understanding and complying with the laws will keep your business clear of trouble.

 

Join Andy Bennett from Alliant Human Resources for a FREE workshop on Employee Classification. You will gain an in-depth understanding of the definitions of:

 

  • Exempt vs. Non-exempt employee

  • Salary vs. Hourly

  • Independent Contractor

  • Intern

  • Full-time and Part-time employees

No business can afford to be misclassifying workers. You need to learn about this important topic before you find yourself in a lawsuit. Take advantage of this great opportunity to get it right.

 

Andrew Bennett has been a human resource consultant since 2007 after holding various managerial and human resources positions in several industries. He has over 35 years of human resource experience. Just prior to establishing Alliant Human Resources, Andy was the Director of Training at a leading software company where he

created and delivered the training programs for all of the company's products, all of which were human resources applications, to many of America's major companies. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, and a Master's Degree in Human Resources Administration.