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Complete FLSA Compliance Toolkit

Because what you don't know can hurt your business.

Want to protect your business from annoying audits … costly fines … disastrous lawsuits? You simply must be in compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act. The simplest way: Get the Complete FLSA Compliance Toolkit.

Combining a powerful CD and a printed copy of our Special Report, the FLSA Compliance Guide, this kit provides everything you need to understand and follow federal wage-and-hour rules.

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Dear Colleague:

You can’t afford to gamble with FLSA compliance.

The stakes are too high, from time wasted dealing with audits by regulators, to time spent by attorneys you must hire to defend lawsuits brought by employees.

That attorney time racks up fast at hundreds of dollars an hour. Then add the threat of whopping fines and judgments against you, and you’re looking at thousands of dollars … tens of thousands … even more.
It’s so much easier – and smarter – to get the Complete FLSA Compliance Toolkit and put it to work protecting your business. With a wealth of resources on a powerful CD, plus a printed guide for your convenience, the toolkit is a reference you’ll consult again and again to help resolve tricky issues about wage-and-hour laws.
If you’ve struggled to understand the Fair Labor Standards Act, you’re not alone. Sometimes it seems as if FLSA rules were designed to be confusing. Otherwise, why would it be so hard to determine:
  • Who gets overtime – and who doesn’t. For example, do you have to pay overtime even if an employee isn’t recording his or her hours correctly? Even if the overtime wasn’t authorized?
  • Who is a contractor – and who isn’t. How exactly do you determine if workers are employees? (Hint: Giving someone a 1099 does not magically turn him or her into a contractor.)
  • Who is still “at work” even when traveling – or merely on call. How about employees who are on break but covering the phones? Or those who didn’t come to work at all because your office was closed due to weather – do they get paid anyway?
Questions like these are a two-edged sword. You don’t want to pay more than you have to, but you don’t want to get into legal trouble, either. That’s why knowing the right answers is so important.
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There’s nothing fair about the Fair Labor Standards Act. The burden is on you to understand its complexities and comply with them. That’s why the Complete FLSA Compliance Toolkit gives you everything you need.

Here at Business Management Daily, we don’t use the word “complete” lightly. Our customers expect us to walk our talk, and we’ve made sure this toolkit is truly comprehensive. You’ll find:
  • FLSA Compliance Guide: A Practical Reference Tool on Wage-and-Hour Law. In fact, the toolkit gives you the guide two ways: as a PDF on the CD, so you can access the information anywhere you take your laptop, and a handy printed version to keep in your office for quick reference.
  • Complete FLSA Compliance ToolkitFAQs on the FLSA. We asked our editors to analyze the questions they get most often. Result: more than 75 answers to the most common questions, from “How does FLSA define enterprise?” to “When can exempts’ pay be docked without jeopardizing their exempt status?” to “Does paid travel time have to be considered when calculating overtime?”
  • Self-Audit Checklists. These help ensure you properly classify employees as exempt or non-exempt. Also: how to keep unpaid interns from turning into employees … determining employees’ working hours … when you can legitimately make pay deductions … a dozen checklists in all.
  • Department of Labor FairPay Fact Sheets. For further illumination, we give you links to 17 of the DOL’s own publications focusing on executives, admins, professionals, employees in computer-related occupations, outside salespeople, highly compensated workers, blue-collar workers, first responders, veterans, insurance claims adjusters, financial services employees, nurses, technologists and technicians, construction workers and journalists.
  • Links to Key FLSA Regulations. You can read the actual laws on overtime exemptions, overtime compensation and hours worked. Ideal for anyone who needs to dig deeper.
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The most powerful tool in the kit is the FLSA Compliance Guide. You’ll consult it again and again – the PDF or printed copy – for definitive information on any wage-and-hour topic.

The Department of Labor has a building full of bureaucrats to write and enforce FLSA regulations. But you’ll have the FSLA Compliance Guide (plus all the other resources in the complete toolkit) to help you level the playing field.

You’ll find guidance on dozens of topics, with simple language and examples to enhance your understanding. Glance through the Table of Contents and you’ll see we’ve covered everything:
Executive Summary
FLSA: Who Must Comply?
Hourly Pay
Overtime: Beyond 40 Hours
Who's Exempt

FLSA: Finally Growing Up
Murky Waters
Beware State Laws
Double-Check Your Compliance

Calculating Wages and Hours
Defining “Hours of Work”
Meals and Breaks
Janitors and “Hot Goods”
Meetings and Training
Travel Time
Sleeping Time
Other Work-Related Activities
The Minimum Wage
States, Cities With Higher Minimum Wage
Payroll Deductions
Child Labor Law
Holiday Party
Jury Duty
Let it Snow...
Recordkeeping

Overtime Rules and Exemptions
Calculating Overtime
Stock Options Excluded
Working at Home
Salaried, Nonexempt Employees
Don't Invite an Audit
The Comp Time Issue
Who’s Exempt Under Revised Rules
Salary Basis
Nonexempt: Blue-Collar Workers, First Responders
Duties Tests
“Highly Compensated Worker” Exemption
“Fee Basis”
Audit: Test Your Compliance

Frequently Asked Questions
Wage-Hour Regulations
Clocking In
Docking Vacation for Illness
Amending Time Sheets
Sending Them Home Without Pay
Piecework and Working at Home
Employees’ Smoking Breaks
Changing Employee Status
Mandatory Overtime
Docking Pay for Jury Duty
Fluctuating Workweeks
Paying for Extra Hours
Inclement Weather Days
Job Descriptions and Federal Law
Independent Contractors

Related Court Rulings
Overtime for Exempt Employees
Working Through Breaks
Duties Test
Misclassified Exempt Employees
Employees on Call
Travel Time vs. Commute
Training Programs
Not Independent Contractors
Exercising Independent Judgment
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Order the Complete FLSA Compliance Toolkit with absolutely no risk. It’s the best way to reduce the risk you’re taking right now.

Would you rather continue whatever you’ve been doing – and not doing – with regard to FLSA compliance? It’s understandable. You simply want to get on with your business. All this wage-and-hour stuff is a pain.

But it’s a lot more painful to keep paying your employees more than you have to.

And the pain becomes excruciating when failure to comply leads to an audit, a fine or –the ultimate financial torture – a lawsuit.

Complete FLSA Compliance ToolkitYou’re even on the hook for your employees’ mistakes. An incorrectly completed timesheet can put you in harm’s way. Unfair but true.
That’s why you must know the FLSA rules and must be in compliance. So make it as easy as possible. Get the Complete FLSA Compliance Toolkit and start reducing your risk now.
Unfortunately, honest intentions are not enough. If you think you’re already doing your best to comply with all those complicated FLSA regulations, and that’s sufficient, I urge you to think again. As it says in the FLSA Compliance Guide included with your toolkit:

“Look at the Labor Department in the same light as the IRS. You can and should take every income tax deduction you’re entitled to, but not a penny more. If you overstep, the IRS will come after you.

“The DOL is no different. Pay workers what they’re entitled to while following the letter of the law. Don’t be tempted to give workers less than they’re legally due. Otherwise you can expect to pay a heavy price.”

Why not pay just a small price instead? Get the toolkit.

Regards,

Phil Ash

Phillip A. Ash
Publisher
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P.S. When you glanced through the Table of Contents above, did you notice the section on Related Court Rulings? The Fair Labor Standards Act was passed by Congress in 1938, and it’s been evolving (some would say mutating) ever since.

You can’t afford to rely on outdated knowledge of a law that can affect your business so severely. All the more reason to order the toolkit now.


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