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At a Glance

Course length: 
11-30
Course type:
Full Length Course
Category: 
Employment Law Training
Regulations: 
FLSA - Fair Labor Standards Act
Audience: 
Managers, Employees
Topic: 
Wage & Hour Laws
Format: 
Rich Media

Wage and hour issues can be tricky, especially in the healthcare setting. Sometimes, what seems logical can violate the law or policy, placing proper employee pay in jeopardy and putting organizations at risk.

Wage & Hour Basics teaches non-exempt employees fundamentals of wage and hour regulations and helps them define what counts as work time. Employees will also learn about breaks, overtime and recordkeeping requirements to ensure they are paid for all time worked.

Proper pay is a right. And, it makes for a happier, more productive workplace. When employees are clear about pay, everyone wins. Advanced version also available.

Course Details

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All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • Definition and examples of “work time”
  • Guidelines for overtime and overtime pay
  • Off-the-clock work and accurate recordkeeping
  • Definition of “rest break” and the importance of state law
  • Definition of “meal period”
  • Keeping meal periods “duty-free”
  • Guidance on overtime and off-the-clock work
  • Information on auto-deductions
  • Best practices for accurate recordkeeping
  • Examples of timecard-related employee misconduct
  • Guidelines for “makeup time”

 

Advanced Course In This Series

NAVEX Global Online Compliance Training Courses: Wage & Hour Advanced Training for the Medical Industry

Wage & Hour Advanced (Medical)

Healthcare managers who know wage and hour basics also need to understand their role in creating a positive workplace culture around pay issues. In addition, they need to be aware of how certain actions in the workplace could jeopardize exempt employment status. This course helps managers understand their responsibility to create a culture that respects wage and hour law and provides best practices for managers working with non-exempt employees without risking managerial exempt status.

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