An NJBIA HR Program
No one wants a U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Wage and Hour audit. Just the thought makes us sweat. However, it’s important to know that these audits are becoming increasingly common. DOL Wage and Hour audits can take place unannounced or with notice, and you need to be prepared. Regardless of whether an audit is random or triggered by a complaint, employers should be prepared to demonstrate compliance with the wage and hour laws.
Join us on Tuesday, May 9 for a virtual event when Marianne C. Tolomeo, Of Counsel at Connell Foley’s Labor and Employment Group, will provide an engaging presentation to help you understand and prepare for this audit.
Attendees will learn:
- Best Practices for a Wage and Hour audit,
- What a Wage and Hour audit is,
- What can I expect during a DOL audit,
- How do I prepare for a DOL audit,
- Communications during the audit,
- How to respond to document and interview requests,
- Investigator Walk-thru’s,
- Employer Rights,
- What to do if violations are found,
- The wrap-up interview,
- and More!
Our Featured Speaker
Marianne Tolomeo, a partner in Connell Foley’s Labor and Employment Group, practices primarily in the areas of employment law and commercial litigation.
For more than two decades, Marianne has represented clients ranging from large corporations to small companies and individuals in the following areas:
- Counseling on issues regarding employee discipline, for cause and without cause terminations, workplace harassment, reasonable accommodation and leaves of absence.
- Complying with wage and hour regulations, including the proper classification of employees, overtime liability, and responding to state and federal audits.
- Litigating claims alleging wrongful termination, workplace harassment, disability discrimination, whistleblower liability and retaliatory discharge in state and federal courts and agencies.
- Drafting, negotiating and resolving disputes regarding employment contracts, restrictive covenants, confidentiality agreements and separation agreements.
- Conducting internal investigations in response to employee claims of harassment, retaliation, and/or discrimination.
- Drafting and revising employment policies and handbooks.
- Representing small businesses in connection with union elections and the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements.
Marianne regularly presents seminars to business groups and HR professionals on a variety of employment topics, including Compliance with Wage and Hour Regulations, Managing Leaves of Absence, the Preparation and Use of Job Descriptions, Proper Hiring Techniques, Social Media Policies, Updates to EEO-1 Requirements, Employee Handbooks, and Civil Trial Preparation.