Web Workshops

Our live and pre-recorded web workshops help employers stay on top of the latest developments and catch up on topics of interest.


Previously Recorded Web Workshops

Medical Marijuana: Navigating State Laws To Minimize Risk

MEMBERS ONLY | Join us for an update on state medical marijuana laws and a Q&A with CWC’s medical marijuana compliance expert on navigating ever evolving state requirements. Our discussion will focus on state employment discrimination protections and best practices to minimize employer risk.

Speakers/Facilitators

  • Michael Bracken
  • Chase Woodley
Length: 60 minutes

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Non-Member: $109.00 

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DOL's Proposed Changes to Wage and Hour Rules

The Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division has proposed three significant changes to regulations implementing the Fair Labor Standards Act related to overtime eligibility, proper calculation of overtime, and determination of joint employer status. In this web workshop, CWC's experts summarize the proposed changes and how their adoption could impact employers.


Length: 90 minutes

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Member: Free
Non-Member: $109.00



Be Prepared: EEO-1 Pay Reporting Requirements

In 2016, the EEOC approved significant changes to the EEO-1 reporting requirement that would mandate employers to report summary pay and hours worked data, but the Trump Administration put that requirement on hold. A ruling by a federal district court, in March 2019, suggests that employers will have to file these additional data in the near future. This workshop provides a review of the 2016 revisions and discusses common questions to help prepare employers to comply.





Length: 60 minutes

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Member: Free
Non-Member: $109.00



Surviving an OFCCP Focused Review

As we approached the release of OFCCP’s 2019 audit cycle, the contractor community was abuzz with anticipation (and perhaps some anxiety) about OFCCP’s “focused reviews” of compliance with Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act. Fear not, in this “how to” web workshop, CWC’s contract compliance staff led member organizations through a step-by-step approach on preparing for these reviews. We also answered some of the most frequently asked questions on changes to OFCCP’s CSAL process and engaged CWC members with live Q&A on the compliance challenges they are experiencing.





Length: 120 minutes

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Member: Free
Non-Member: $109.00



Employment Policy After the 2018 Elections

In this November 13, 2018 Member Webcast, CWC Senior Vice President of Policy and Assistant General Counsel, Mike Eastman, led a discussion of how changes in Congress will impact employment policy development on Capitol Hill and in the federal agencies responsible for regulating the workplace.





Length: 60 minutes

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Member: $49.00
Non-Member: $109.00



Five Things To Consider Before Auditing Your FLSA Compliance

Performing periodic self-audits for wage and hour compliance can go a long way in helping employers mitigate their legal risks and ensure their policies and practices are up to date. But if a self-audit is conducted without a proper game plan, including buy-in from senior leadership, it can actually magnify an employer’s Fair Labor Standards Act risks rather than mitigate them. This web workshop will identify the five most important considerations – and the strategic decisions that go with them – for employers to understand and address before undertaking any self-audit of their FLSA compliance and risk.

Length: 90 minutes

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Member: $49.00
Non-Member: $109.00


DOL’s New “PAID” Program
 

The Labor Department's Wage and Hour Division has announced a new pilot program – the Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) Program – to help employers resolve potential wage and hour violations identified through a self-audit. In this members-only webcast, CWC staff and officials from DOL’s Wage and Hour Division will explain the program’s requirements, describe how employers can participate, and answer key questions. The webcast also will outline the main issues and concerns for employers to consider when deciding whether the new PAID program is right for them.

Length: 60 minutes

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Member: $49.00
Non-Member: $109.00