Avoiding Common Wage and Hour Compliance Traps in the Staffing Industry
Wage and hour lawsuits and other payment disputes are once again on the rise—employees are spending ever-increasing amounts of time working remotely and browsing online resources to learn about their rights; workplace cultures and loyalties are frayed; and prevailing media narratives suggest that some employers are engaged in various forms of wage theft or other unfair employment practices.
Staffing firms and other employers must fight back and take steps now to guard against common wage and hour liabilities and traps for the unwary. In this webinar, which is designed to provide action-oriented takeaways, staffing and employment attorneys Andrew W. Singer and Jason B. Klimpl will address typical and emerging wage payment legal threats to staffing industry employers, as well as practical ways to mitigate risk.
During this webinar, attendees will learn
- Why wage payment compliance challenges are on the rise
- Who is responsible for ensuring a staffing firm’s obligations are satisfied
- What the common wage and hour compliance traps are within the staffing industry
- How to mitigate risk from a practical and business-minded perspective
Andrew W. Singer, Esq.
Managing partner, Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP
Andrew W. Singer is managing partner of Tannenbaum Helpern and is chair of the firm’s Employment Law practice, which offers a full spectrum of legal services from everyday counseling to complex employment litigation. With extensive experience in all aspects of employment law, he regularly advises companies with various human resource and compliance issues.
Jason B. Klimpl, Esq.
Partner, Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP; general counsel, New York Staffing Association
Jason B. Klimpl is a partner in the firm’s Employment, Staffing Law, and Corporate practice groups and General Counsel to the New York Staffing Association. Jason advises clients on a broad range of employment matters, including wage and hour compliance, human resource and compliance counseling, employment agreements and restrictive covenants, and more.
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