New 2015 Employment Compliance Obligations for Financial Institutions
Are you ready to comply with the new DOL regulations? This webinar provides practical guidance, including documents and guidelines required to satisfy the new standards as they are phased in.
The federal regulators issued a wide range of new employment standards last year, which become effective for human resource professionals at various times through 2015. The new standards are increasingly complex and burdensome. And yet, best practices have been developed for the financial industry, to minimize the risk of liability.
This presentation will offer practice guidance, including revised forms and documents to enable banks to comply with the new standards as they become effective.
- How to satisfy the new sexual orientation and gender identity standards by the April 9, 2015, effective date
- What changes to your 2015 affirmative action plans are required after March 24, 2015
- What recruiting processes and documentation are now expected by the federal regulators
- How will new federal overtime exemption standards impact banks generally and key positions specifically
- What new federal reporting becomes effective this year (i.e. VETS 4212 Report) Audience HR, senior managers and all bankers involved in managing employees as well as compliance personnel, auditors and bank counsel.
Managers, HR Representatives, and other Bank Personnel responsible for Employment compliance obligations.
Steve Greene specializes in employment litigation, employee benefit issues and compensation matters. He regularly speaks to employment lawyers and human resources professionals in the banking industry. During the past 30 years, Steve has assisted financial institutions evaluate overtime exemption compliance. He has also managed federal and state regulatory investigations and litigation across the country. His work has also included working with industry associations to influence the DOL and members of Congress. He received his J.D. from Southern Methodist University and his B.A. from the University of Maine.
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