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The Limits of Compensable Work Time

This program examines the limits of compensable work time for activities such as off-duty emails and employer-mandated health care attendance. Join Brian Dixon to explore corporate travel policies, job-related training programs, and other issues affecting employee working time and compensation. 

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit

 

As wage and hour class actions increasingly scrutinize aspects of the employment relationship, it is often difficult for employers and employees to determine what activities qualify as work time and what activities do not. This program examines the limits of compensable work time for activities such as off-duty emails and employer-mandated health care attendance. Join Brian Dixon to explore corporate travel policies, job-related training programs, and other issues affecting employee working time and compensation. Mr. Dixon also provides best practices for employers to avoid "off-the-clock" overtime claims.

Program Highlights:

  • Time spent completing new-hire documentation and enrolling in benefit plans
  • Off-duty waiting time, on-call time, and "sleep time"
  • Donning and doffing
  • Traveling in employer-provided vehicles and after-hours commuting times
  • Litigation strategies for overtime lawsuits

This is an intermediate-level program and assumes some employment law experience.

On Demand BU59872-191

Live program recorded 3/7/17. 

 

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$ 99.00

As wage and hour class actions increasingly scrutinize aspects of the employment relationship, it is often difficult for employers and employees to determine what activities qualify as work time and what activities do not. This program examines the limits of compensable work time for activities such as off-duty emails and employer-mandated health care attendance. Join Brian Dixon to explore corporate travel policies, job-related training programs, and other issues affecting employee working time and compensation. Mr. Dixon also provides best practices for employers to avoid "off-the-clock" overtime claims.

Program Highlights:

  • Time spent completing new-hire documentation and enrolling in benefit plans
  • Off-duty waiting time, on-call time, and "sleep time"
  • Donning and doffing
  • Traveling in employer-provided vehicles and after-hours commuting times
  • Litigation strategies for overtime lawsuits

This is an intermediate-level program and assumes some employment law experience.

R. BRIAN DIXON

R. BRIAN DIXON

R. BRIAN DIXON has been a shareholder in the Littler Mendelson San Francisco office since 1984 and is the co-chair of the Wage and Hour Practice Group. He provides employers with a full range of counsel and legal representation, with a particular expertise in all aspects of employee compensation, including minimum wage, prevailing wage, overtime compensation obligations, and incentive compensation plans. Brian represents employers before state and federal courts and in compensation disputes and audits involving the department of Labor, California's Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, and the enforcement agencies of other states and private plaintiffs. He is a frequent presenter and author on employment law matters and has authored compensation guides for many industry associations, including the California Trucking Association, the California Association of Children's Homes, the California Hotel and Motel Association, and the Outdoor Amusement Business Association. Brian has been named to The Best Lawyers in America©, 2017. He received his B.A. degree from the University of Rochester and his J.D. from Stanford University.

Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
SUBTOPICS Forming and Advising
PRACTICE AREA Employment Law
Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
SUBTOPICS Forming and Advising
PRACTICE AREA Employment Law