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Cades Seminar: Are You Ready for the New Overtime Exemption Rules?

On May 18, the Department of Labor announced new rules that will transform millions of employees currently exempt from overtime into non-exempt employees. This free seminar is geared for HR professionals and attorneys who want to ensure their organizations will be compliant when the rules take effect December 1, 2016.

In this seminar, our employment law attorneys will:

  • Break down the new regulations and how they affect Hawai`i employers
  • Explain what steps you should take now before the rules become effective
  • Explain how to conduct a self-audit to assess whether employees are correctly classified

Seminar information:

Wednesday, June 8, 2016 | 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Cades Schutte Building | 1000 Bishop Street, Suite 1200 | Honolulu, Hawai`i 96813

In Person – Lunch Provided | or Join Via Webinar

Cost: FREE

REGISTER

by June 3, 2016 via email to

e v e n t s @ c a d e s . c o m

Click here for more information.

SPEAKERS

DAVID F.E. BANKS | PARTNER

David F.E. Banks is chair of the Corporate Department and the Employment Law and Labor Relations Group. His employment law practice focuses on preventative counseling, strategic planning, legal compliance, labor and employment issues in M&A transactions, reductions in force, and assisting clients with drafting employment-related agreements, manuals, policies and procedures.

AMANDA M. JONES | PARTNER

Amanda M. Jones is a litigation partner, concentrating her practice on civil trial and appellate cases, administrative proceedings, alternative dispute resolution, and compliance and risk management counseling. A substantial portion of her practice is devoted to representing employers in administrative proceedings and litigation and advising management on employment matters.

PAUL M. SAITO | PARTNER

Paul M. Saito advises employers on wage and hour compliance and has represented numerous employers in wage and hour investigations. He is actively involved in counseling and educating business owners and managers on employment law through the Chamber of Commerce of Hawai`i, the Society for Human Resource Management certification programs, and the University of Hawai`i’s Outreach College.