- February 19, 2020
- By: Jacobson Jarvis & Co
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Date(s) - 02/19/2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Wednesday, February 19, 2020
12:00PM – 1:00PM
Online through Washington Nonprofits
In 2020, both the Department of Labor and WA State Labor and Industries are changing the salary level required for employees to be classified as Exempt from overtime. As a follow-up to the February 12th legal review of the new overtime rules, this training will focus on the practical aspects employers will need to consider to ensure compliance of these new regulations.
- An understanding of new regulations regarding payment of overtime in WA state
- Tools to complete an analysis of current workforce and determine compliance
- Templates/suggestions to communicate changes to employees
Who Should Attend
Anyone in a nonprofit leadership role with responsibility for managing human resource decisions.
Free, thanks to the support of the Office of the Secretary of State
New to webinars? Washington Nonprofits is here to support you! Email us or give us a call (855-299-2922) and we will walk you through the registration, help you test your computer, and be sure you’re ready to join the webinar on February 19.
About The Presenter
Matt Aspin, 501 Commons
Matt believes that people and relationships are the key to success in every organization; and brings that perspective to his work as 501 Commons’ HR and Learning Program Manager. Born and raised in Massachusetts, Matt received his BA in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts. He pursued his Masters in Adult and Org Learning from Suffolk University and is currently finishing his Masters of Divinity degree from Meadville Lombard Theological School, whose curriculum emphasizes “leadership in communities engaged in social movements and prepares students to be effective and accountable leaders in our multiracial, multicultural, global world.”
Matt draws from broad array of professional and volunteer experiences – including operations management, OD consulting, executive recruiting, training, and HR leadership – much of which he accrued while working at large nonprofit organizations in and around Seattle. His first engagement with 501 Commons came as a volunteer consultant in 2006.