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Join us as Paul Saito with Cades Schutte LLP helps you learn how to avoid common pay practice pitfalls that challenge employers. This session will include the following topics:
- Exempt Employees v. Non-Exempt Employees: Incorrectly classifying employees as exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act can result in back pay, fines and liquidated damages. Our speaker will discuss the white-collar exemption tests and provide a brief update on how the Trump Administration might handle enforcement of new salary test regulations promulgated during the Obama Administration.
- Compensable Time for Non-Exempt Employees: Learn when and how non-exempt employees must be compensated for travel, training, changing clothes, meal, rest and nursing mother breaks, on-call or standby time, etc. Information on FLSA timekeeping and rounding practices will also be shared.
- Calculating Regular Rates of Pay and Overtime Pay: Learn how to calculate the regular rate of pay for overtime purposes in varying circumstances, including where non-exempt employees are paid a salary, work at two or more different rates, or receive premium pay, night differentials, hazard pay, bonuses, commissions, gifts, awards, or other payments.
About Our Speaker
Paul Saito, Esq. received his Bachelors of Business Administration degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of California, Hastings College of Law.
He is actively involved in counseling and educating business owners and managers on employment law issues through the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, the Society for Human Resource Management certification programs, and the University of Hawaii’s Outreach College.
Paul served as the Chair of the Hawaii State Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Section, as a member of the board of directors for Society for Human Resources Management, Hawaii Chapter and chaired its Government and Legislative Affairs Committee. He currently serves as Vice-Chair of the Government Affairs Committee for the Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce. He has also served as Chairman of the Human Resources Committee for the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, as a member of the Chamber’s Government Affairs Council, and has represented employers on the State’s Criminal History Record Checks Working Group. Paul was honored by the Chamber with its Chairman’s Award, in 2002, and President’s Award, in 2003, in appreciation of the countless hours he has devoted to representing employers before the Hawaii Legislature. Paul currently serves on the boards of Catholic Charities of Hawaii, Palama Settlement and the Hawaii Employers Council. He also volunteers his time with several community based organizations including Aloha Council Boy Scouts, and he is a member of the Rotary Club of Honolulu.
All fees are per person, per session. For Oahu Members and Non-Members, there is a 20% discount if you enroll in all 5 classes of the HR Basics Series.
Oahu Members: $80.00
Oahu Members Discount for all 5 HR Basics Classes: $64.00
Neighbor Island Members: $40.00
Non-Members Discount for all 5 HR Basics classes: $120.00
Click here to download the registration form to pay by check. Please mail check and registration to the attention of Tonya Ahn. Payment must accompany the registration form to be processed.
1660 S. Beretania St.
Honolulu, HI 96826