Contrary to popular belief, the overtime regulations do in fact apply to the vast majority of nonprofit organizations (or, more precisely, to their workers). As of January 1, 2020 employees making $35,308 annually (or, $679 per week) are entitled to overtime pay when they work overtime hours.
Please join Zachary Kester as he covers (1) exempt (i.e., salary) and non-exempt (i.e., hourly) rules generally so an organization can assess which workers/positions might qualify for overtime, (2) explains the extent to which the new overtime rules apply to nonprofit organizations and/or their workers, (3) analyzes examples of applicability and (4) provides implementation strategies for nonprofit organizations.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- A helpful 1-page flowchart so, at a glance, you can figure out if the workers/jobs in your organization are now required to be paid overtime
- An understanding of the difference between “exempt” and “non-exempt” and how this differs from “salary” and “hourly”
- What to include in job descriptions and job responsibilities to maximize the likelihood that a worker in a given position will be “exempt” from overtime
- Clarity around why and how overtime rules apply to workers at nonprofit organizations
- Where to access helpful, straightforward resources to assess what changes might be needed in your organization