Businesses Need to Conduct Wage and Hour Audits: Before It’s Too Late!
Illinois businesses continue to expose themselves to wage and hour violations, when a simple annual audit would let them rest easy! If your business hasn’t been paying attention, the State of Illinois has amended its’ wage and hour laws to include devastating damages to businesses who violate the laws. It is imperative that Illinois businesses conduct wage and hour audits annually. Not only can owners, C-suite employees, accountants, or other management employees be personally liable under the wage acts, Illinois wage acts include stiff penalties for every month the business fails to properly pay the employees. The only question I have is why has your business not conducted a wage audit to make sure its’ liability risk is reduced. This webinar is going to provide its’ participants the necessary tools to conduct a wage audit and identify problem areas that the business can fix and reduce its’ potential liability. Join attorney Sean Darke from Dykema Gossett, as he walks businesses through a step-by-step wage and hour audit, so you can make sure you’re not personally liable!
Continuing Education Offered:1.50 HRCI, 1.50 SHRM, 1.50 CLE per attendee request prior to event, 1.50 CPE, and 1.50 HR & Management/Supervision Compliance Certificate Credits. HR Certification Institute’s® (www.HRCI.org) official seal confirms that the Illinois Chamber meets the criteria for pre-approved recertification credit(s) for any of HRCI’s eight credentials, including SPHR® and PHR®.