Your Head is Spinning , So Let’s Make It Stop!! There has been a lot of recent news coming from the Department of Labor and Federal Trade Commission, which has generated the interest of roofing contractors throughout the country. In this one hour session, we will provide an overview of the Department of Labor’s new six-factor rule on the misclassification issue. We will also review the DOL’s new salary level test included with its recently published overtime rule, and we will dive into the details of the Federal Trade Commission’s rule which seeks to eliminate the use of non-competition agreements throughout the country.
Speaker: Philip J. Siegel, Esq. Hendrick, Phillips, Salzman & Siegel, P.C

This presentation will address the top employment law mistakes made by roofing contractors in the construction industry.

Attendees will learn steps they can take to minimize potential liability for employment law matters. They will learn how best to ensure a former employee is prohibited from bringing claims against the company and how to avoid other common traps in the employment law arena.

Issues to be addressed include , but are not limited to, proper classification of independent contractors, severance pay, documenting disciplinary actions the importance of written job descriptions, the importance of a discrimination and harassment policy, and common wage and hour mistakes such as those made regarding travel pay.

Speaker: Philip J. Siegel, Esq. Hendrick, Phillips, Salzman & Siegel, P.C.

Speaker: Philip J. Siegel, Esq. Hendrick, Phillips, Salzman & Siegel

– Why is there a growing pus for Heat Illness Prevention?
– Types of heat-related illness: signs & symptoms
– Guidelines for preventing heat-related illnesses

Speaker: Peter Shackford Director of Safety & Risk Control Hettrick, Cyr & Associates