1 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR S NEW OVERTIME RULES: WHAT CHARTER SCHOOLS NEED TO KNOW Presented to: Thursday, September 29, 2016
2 Today s Presenters 2 Paul Holtzman, Esq. Partner Krokidas & Bluestein LLP Providing legal services in the areas of public, non-profit and for-profit general corporate law, health and educa9on law, real estate development, finance and property management, public and private civil li9ga9on, labor and employment law, and social services law.
3 Employment Law Services 3! Wage & Hour Issues, including Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors Overtime Off the clock work Meal Breaks Minimum Wage Earned Sick Leave! Proper Use of Volunteers and Interns! Family & Medical Leave! Discrimination Issues! Harassment! Disability Accommodations! Whistleblower claims! Discipline decisions! Termination decisions! Severance Agreements! Drafting and Updating Employee Handbooks! Investigation of Complaints! Compliance Audits! Training of supervisors regarding wage and hour compliance progressive discipline Harassment prevention
4 Background 4! FLSA requires that most employees be paid at least the federal minimum wage for each hour worked, as well as overtime time pay ( time and a half ) for all hours over 40 in a workweek.! FLSA allows for exemptions from these overtime and minimum wage requirements for certain employees who work in administrative, professional, executive, highly compensated, outside sales, and computer professional jobs. These employees are known as "exempt" employees. To be considered "exempt," these employees must generally satisfy three tests that focus on how the employee is paid and the type of job duties the employee performs:
5 Background 5 1. Salary-level test Employers will need to pay employees at least $913 per week to qualify for the executive, administrative, and professional employee exemptions. 2. Salary-basis test With very limited exceptions, the employer must pay employees their full salary in any week they perform work, regardless of the quality or quantity of the work. 3. Duties test The employee s primary duties must meet certain criteria.
6 DOL FLSA Overtime Regulation 6! Raises the salary level requirement from the current rate $455 per week ($23,660 per year) to $913 per week ($47,476 per year). Represents the 40th percentile of weekly earnings of full-time salaried workers in the lowest wage census region.! Raises the salary level requirement for highly-compensated employees from the current rate of $100,000 per year level to $134,004 per year Represents the 90th percentile of weekly earnings of full-time salaried workers nationally. TIP: Implement changes during Thanksgiving week.
7 Automatic Updates 7! Salary and compensation thresholds will automatically update every 3 years.! The DOL will publish updated rates in advance.! January 1, first automatic update: Estimated to set the salary level requirement at: " $984 per week ($51,168 per year) for executive, administrative, and professional employees. " $147,524 per year for highly-compensated employees.
8 Compliance 8! Additional payments counted towards new threshold may include: Commissions Nondiscretionary bonuses Incentive pay! Upward salary adjustments must be made before December 1, 2016, to ensure continued application of employee exempt status.! For employees paid bi-weekly, employers will need to adjust pay for pay period that includes December 1, 2016.
9 Compliance 9! Employers can: Pay employees time-and-a-half for working overtime; Raise salaries above the new threshold if the employee qualifies for an exemption based on duties; Tip: Beware the duties gap Limit employee hours to forty hours per week; or Evaluate employee workload to ensure equal distribution.
10 Massachusetts Law re: Overtime 10! Massachusetts law provides tough punishment for employers who violate the wage-and-hour laws. Punishment includes: # Triple damages: monetary penalty that is equal to triple the amount of wages that were denied to the employee(s). $ Class Action potential # Rapid multiplication of damages/exposure! To avoid penalties, employers should ensure compliance! Liability may include three years of back wages, interest, and any attorneys fees.
11 Schools and Higher Education 11! Schools and institutions of higher education are generally covered by the FLSA's minimum wage and overtime provisions.! Teachers are exempt if their primary duty is teaching, tutoring, instructing or lecturing. Teachers include: regular academic teachers, kindergarten or nursery school teachers, teachers of gifted or disabled children, professors, adjunct instructors, teachers of skilled and semi-skilled trades and occupations, home economics teachers, vocal or instrument music teachers, and under certain circumstances, athletic coaches and assistant coaches. Although a preschool may engage in some educational activities, preschool employees whose primary duty is to care for the physical needs of the facility's children would not meet the requirements for the exemption as a bona fide teacher.
12 Exemptions 12! To be exempt under the FLSA: Salary Test: Employee must be paid a predetermined and fixed minimum salary that is not subject to reduction because of quality or quantity of work performed Duties Test: Employee's job duties must primarily involve executive, administrative or professional duties as defined by the regulations! To be an exempt highly-compensated employee: Employee is paid more than $134,004 (current) per year Employee performs office or non-manual work Employee customarily and regularly performs one identifiable executive, administrative or professional duty.
13 Exemptions 13! Executive Exemption To qualify for the executive employee exemption, all of the following tests must be met: The employee must be compensated on a salary basis (as defined in the regulations) at a rate not less than $913 per week; The employee s primary duty must be managing the enterprise, or managing a customarily recognized department or subdivision of the enterprise; The employee must customarily and regularly direct the work of at least two or more other full-time employees or their equivalent; and The employee must have the authority to hire or fire other employees, or the employee s suggestions and recommendations as to the hiring, firing, advancement, promotion or any other change of status of other employees must be given particular weight.
14 Exemptions 14! Professional Exemption To qualify for the learned professional employee exemption, all of the following tests must be met: The employee must be compensated on a salary or fee basis (as defined in the regulations) at a rate not less than $913 per week; The employee s primary duty must be the performance of work requiring advanced knowledge, defined as work which is predominantly intellectual in character and which includes work requiring the consistent exercise of discretion and judgment; The advanced knowledge must be in a field of science or learning; and The advanced knowledge must be customarily acquired by a prolonged course of specialized intellectual instruction.
15 Exemptions 15! Creative Professional Exemption To qualify for the creative professional employee exemption, all of the following tests must be met: The employee must be compensated on a salary or fee basis (as defined in the regulations) at a rate not less than $913 per week; The employee s primary duty must be the performance of work requiring invention, imagination, originality or talent in a recognized field of artistic or creative endeavor.
16 Exemptions 16! Administrative Exemption To qualify for the administrative employee exemption, all of the following tests must be met: The employee must be compensated on a salary or fee basis (as defined in the regulations) at a rate not less than $913 per week; The employee s primary duty must be the performance of office or nonmanual work directly related to the management or general business operations of the employer or the employer s customers; and The employee s primary duty includes the exercise of discretion and independent judgment with respect to matters of significance.
17 Exemptions 17! Highly Compensated Employees Exemption To qualify for the Highly Compensated Employee exemption, the following tests must be met: The employee customarily and regularly performs at least one of the exempt duties or responsibilities of an executive, administrative, or professional employee; and The employee earns at least $134,004 per year in total compensation, including at least $913 paid on a weekly salary basis.
18 Cost-Neutral Salary Formula 18! With a newly non-exempt employee who works 40-plus hours per week, an employer might drop the base pay rate and allow him/her to make up for the shortfall by receiving overtime pay. But what should the pay rate be, so that when the person works overtime their total compensation isn t more than the current total compensation?! Such a cost-neutral formula is possible if you have a good estimate of the person s expected weekly hours (including overtime). The formula would be: Weekly Salary/(40+(OT Hours x 1.5))
19 Cost-Neutral Salary Formula 19! Example: An employee works 45 hours every week with a weekly salary of $800. His hourly pay rate for the purposes of calculating overtime is $20 per hour ($800/40), so his OT-rate would be $30 per hour ($20 x 1.5). Now if this employee worked 45 hours per week, he d make $950 per week ($800 + $30 x 5).! Using the cost-neutral formula where he is working 45 hours per week, his base weekly pay rate would be dropped to $16.84 ($800/40+(5 x 1.5)). That would mean his OT-rate would be $25.26 ($16.84 x 1.5). So his weekly take-home pay for 45 hours worth of work is $800 ($16.84 x 40 + $25.26 x 5).! Of course, unless the employee reliably gets five hours of overtime each week, he will be earning less and will not be pleased. So this option may not be viable for many employees
20 Reclassified employees become 20 NON-EXEMPT employees! Whether Salaried or hourly, they are subject to the same wage & hour rules as other non-exempt employees: Employer! Must maintain accurate time records (even if no OT is ever worked)! Must monitor employee work to ensure all hours are paid, including: # Off-the-clock work # Meal breaks # Travel time # Work performed via remote access $ Must pay OT premium for hours worked in excess of 40/week
21 Exempt Salary Increase Process 21 Steps When Exempt Employees Receive a Salary Increase: If the exempt employee s performance of non-exempt duties threatens the ability to argue that the primary duty of the employee is an exempt one, consider whether any of the non exempt duties can be shifted to a nonexempt employee Ensure that, in addition to changing each employee s rate of pay for payroll and withholding purposes, payroll updates and itemized wage statements accurately the employee s new rate of pay.
22 Potential Claims From Employees 22! Exempt employees whose pay is not raised! Exempt employees whose pay is raised, but who think they should be reclassified as non-exempt and therefore eligible for overtime! Reclassified employees who question why they weren t classified as non-exempt, and paid overtime, from the start of their employment! Reclassified employees who allege off-the-clock work, missed meal breaks, or improperly calculated overtime pay
23 Risk of a Wave of Claims 23! Press coverage about December 1 effective date of new rules inspiring employees and lawyers to seek avenues to recover damages! More lawyers who become aware of and educated about how to file FLSA and state law overtime claims! Workplace talk that leads to me-too concerns among a wide variety of employees TIP: [Beware of unlawful limitations on workplace discussion of compensation]
24 Trend In FLSA Cases Employers Take 24 Note FLSA CASES 8,160 8,781 3,904 1,935 1, Source:
25 25 Examples Recent Settlements
26 Best Aire Compressor Services Inc. 26! Best Aire Compressor Services Inc. ( Best Aire ) and its owner did not pay 13 employees for working over 40 hours per week.! Best Aire misclassified its salaried managers and some clerical staff as being exempt from overtime.! Best Aire now must pay 13k in unpaid overtime damages to the 13 employees.
27 Bloomberg LP 27! Customer service employees claimed Bloomberg LP did not pay them overtime wages.! One plaintiff in particular, Jackson, claimed she worked 10 additional hours per week without pay. She was : Expected to come into work earlier; Left after her shift; Worked from home after leaving the office; and Worked through lunch.! Bloomberg eventually settled for $3.2 million.
28 28 Labor Department wins $2.4m wage settlement with Mass. construction firms By Beth Healy Globe Staff August 02, 2016 A Lunenberg construction company and a related Framingham firm agreed to a $2.4 million settlement with the Department of Labor in a case involving unpaid overtime for 478 workers. An investigation by the Labor Department s wage and hour division found that Force Corp. and AB Construction Group Inc., and principals Juliano Fernandes and Anderson Dos Santos, misclassified the bulk of their employees as independent contractors to avoid paying overtime wages and other benefits. In addition, the companies allegedly used a combination of payroll checks and cash payments to employees, often avoiding paying overtime, and kept inadequate and inaccurate records.
29 29 Dollar General Stores Dollar General Stores. The lawsuit alleged the discount retailer failed to properly pay store managers The lawsuit alleged the discount retailer failed to properly pay store managers for overtime, in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). for overtime, in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Specific allegations were that company required the store managers to work as Specific allegations were that company required the store managers to work much as 90 hours per week and misclassified them aa exempt from overtime, as much as 90 hours per week and misclassified them as exempt from even though they generally spent less than 10 hours weekly performing overtime, even though they generally spent less than 10 hours weekly managerial duties. performing managerial duties. The settlement will cover some 2,722 individual claims. According to the complaint, most of the store managers work hours involved According to the complaint, most of the store managers work hours involved non-managerial tasks such as operating cash registers.$ non-managerial tasks such as operating cash registers. The $8.3 million settlement will cover some 2,722 individual claims.
30 Will Rule Take Effect As Scheduled?
31 31 LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL CAPITAL BUREAU Posted: September 20, :47am Bu Sandra Chereb Nevada, 20 other states challenge Obama s new overtime rules CARSON CITY A lawsuit filed Tuesday by Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt and joined by 20 other states challenges the legality of new overtime rules implemented by the Obama administration and set to take effect Dec. 1. The lawsuit, filed in the Eastern District of Texas, argues the rule the Labor Department implemented is unconstitutional because it dictates wages states must pay employees for government functions and exceeds congressional authority. It further argues it would upset the state budgeting process by requiring states to pay overtime to more employees. Long-standing federal law requires an overtime exemption for bona fide executive, administrative or professional employees, Laxalt said in statement.
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