The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

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  15-slide presentation; a minimum of 13 slides must contain speaker notes of 150–200 words


Weekly tasks or assignments (Individual or Group Projects) will be due by Monday, and late submissions will be assigned a late penalty in accordance with the late penalty policy found in the syllabus. NOTE: All submission posting times are based on midnight Central Time.

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) establishes guidelines related to minimum wage, overtime pay, record-keeping, and child labor. Some companies find themselves facing legal challenges when they inappropriately classify employees as exempt or nonexempt for the purpose of overtime payments. 

You have discovered that Elora Jean & Co. has classified many of its nonproduction positions as exempt. As the human resources (HR) legal consultant contracted to review all HR policies, you are concerned with legal exposure, union challenges that may result, and poor tracking of hours worked for the purpose of paying overtime. You plan to prepare a presentation for Elora Jean & Co.’s owner, outlining your observations, concerns, and recommendations, keeping in mind the company’s desire to remain competitive while adhering to employment laws. 

Components of this presentation will include the following:

  • Discuss the key components of the FLSA overtime requirements, focusing specifically on considering the legal distinction between exempt and nonexempt employees.
  • Generalize how FLSA will affect Elora Jean & Co.’s ability to classify employees as exempt or nonexempt in relation to the payment of overtime, and determine at what point overtime is paid with regard to hours worked. Research of federal and Indiana state laws is necessary.
  • Discuss the implications of improperly paying union staff and not having a defined overtime policy as it relates to labor relations.
  • Discuss the legal implications of improper classification.
  • Develop a procedure that Elora Jean & Co. can use to equitably manage overtime at its facilities.
  • Formulate strategies that you recommend to ensure that Elora Jean & Co. accurately classifies employees as exempt or nonexempt. Discuss the roles that job analysis and job descriptions play in the process.
  • Discuss the record-keeping requirements imposed by the FLSA.
  • Address legal issues of minimum wage, overtime pay, record keeping, and child labor for the Malaysian facility. Assess possible HR policy differences in the Malaysian operation and how they may affect Elora Jean & Co.’s domestic workforce. 

Note: Prepare a 15-slide presentation with a minimum of 13 slides that contain speaker notes of 150–200 words. The title slide and reference slide do not have to have speaker notes.

***Bullet points on the slide itself with 200 words in the notes section.***

Tutor Answer

Emmywriter
School: New York University

Attached.

FAIR LABOUR STANDARDS ACT AND HOW IT APPLIES
TO ELORA JEAN AND CO’s

STUDENTS NAME:
INSTITUTION NAME:
DATE:

KEY COMPONENTS OF THE FLSA OVERTIME
REQUIREMENTS AND HOW THEY APPLY TO EXEMPT AND
NON EXEMPT EMPLOYEES.


Exempt employees do not receive the benefits of working overtime while non exempt
employees do.



FLSA laws state’s an employee must receive one and half more than the hourly pay for
working overtime.



Working more than 40hours a week is considered overtime.



An employee who works on hourly basis should be paid for working overtime hours.



The overtime requirements include a salary basis test and a duties and responsibilities
test.

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