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Final Paychecks: How To Avoid Legal Risk With Accurate Distribution And Determination Of Amounts Due

Webinar: ID# 1011737
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With a myriad of local, state and federal laws addressing compensation, it is essential that employers understand their obligations when issuing departing employees' final paychecks. Among the issues employers must address are: the timing of payment; the form of payment; what constitutes wages or compensation under federal and state laws; how must accrued leave be treated; how must various forms of compensation be treated; and what documents must be retained.

This live audio conference will provide guidance to legal and human resources professionals on how to comply with the variety of laws involved in issuing final paychecks to departing employees and what may happen if they fail to do so through representative examples.

Agenda

  • Accurate Determination of Final Paychecks
    • What Constitutes Wages/Compensation?
    • Treatment of Accrued Leave (Vacation, Paid Time Off, Personal Time, Sick Time, etc.)
    • Treatment of Various Forms of Compensation (Bonuses, Commissions, Awards, etc.)
    • Deductions From Final Paychecks
    • IRS Form W-2 vs. 1099
  • Accurate Distribution and Timing of Final Paychecks
    • State Laws Regarding Timing of Paychecks
    • Form of Final Paychecks and Pay Stubs
    • Record Retention
  • Potential Claims for Failure to Comply
    • Government Enforcement
    • Private Litigation
    • Class or Collective Actions
    • Available Remedies

Faculty

Thomas F. Hurka

  • Partner in the Chicago office of Morgan, Lewis &Bockius LLP
  • Represents employers nationwide in counseling and litigation involving Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, FLSA, WARN, USERRA, FCRA, NLRA, ERISA, state and local employment laws and unfair competition issues
  • Regularly conducts seminars and training on all aspects of employment law
  • Editor, writer and contributing writer for various employment-related publications, including ABA publications Wage and Hour Laws, A State-by-State Survey (BNA) and Employment at Will (BNA)
  • Member of the American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law/Employment Rights and Responsibilities Section; admitted in Illinois and Indiana; ranked #1 for National Labor and Employment Practice and ERISA Practice by Chambers USA 2011
  • J.D. degree, University of Pittsburgh School of Law; B.A. degree, University of Rochester
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Stephanie L. Sweitzer

  • Associate in the Chicago office of Morgan, Lewis &Bockius LLP
  • Represents employers nationwide in counseling and litigation involving Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, FLSA, WARN, USERRA, FCRA, NLRA, ERISA, state and local employment laws and unfair competition issues
  • Regularly conducts seminars and training on all aspects of employment law
  • Contributing writer for various employment-related publications, including ABA publications The Family and Medical Leave Act (BNA) and The Fair Labor Standards Act (BNA)
  • Super Lawyer Rising Star, 2011, 2012
  • Member of the American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law/Federal Labor Standards Legislation Section, admitted in Illinois and Michigan
  • J.D. degree, Cornell Law School; B.A. degree, University of Michigan
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Who Should Attend

This teleconference is designed for human resource managers, payroll professionals, benefits administrators, bookkeepers, business owners and managers, CFOs, controllers and attorneys.

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