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How to Prepare for a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Audit

Presented by:

Shelly Vils Havel - Training Coordinator, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Office of Human Resources. 
Meghan Owens - Human Resources Specialist-Advanced, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Office of Human Resources.
Jessica Kramer - 
Erhard & Payette, LLC

 

Thursday, October 23, 2014
Olbrich Gardens

Presentation Description

Attend this session to learn why your company needs to be prepared for a Fair Labor Standards Act Audit and also steps to take to prepare for this type of audit. We will explain the key issues to be aware of relating to the FLSA. We will walk through the process of preparing your company for an audit. There will also be specific examples discussed. Attendees will walk away with tips to be prepared for an audit and specific issues to be aware of, such as types of positions that may or may not be exempt.  

Attendees will learn about the FLSA requirements and how to apply them to their company. They will leave the session with tools to help them prepare their company for a FLSA audit. This will also be provided with examples of how to determine whether a position should be exempt or non-exempt.

Our Presenters

Shelly Vils Havel - Training Coordinator, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Office of Human Resources. 
Shelly is a Training and Change Management Coordinator with UW-Madison’s Office of Human Resource Development team.  She is currently the Training and Communication Project Lead for HR Design.  While facilitating the education and professional development needs of the HR Design Project, Shelly also works with campus HR professionals and subject matter experts to identify, create, and implement learning solutions for the complex project needs.   Shelly is a seasoned instructional designer as well as facilitator and coach. She has experience in most areas of the training and development industry with a big emphasis on professional and motivational coaching and personal development. . She designs and develops tools in order for staff to execute at the highest possible level.

Shelly has been involved in the private sector  industry for over 20 years focusing her efforts on  delivering education and professional development for Credit Union’s and other financial institution’s changing needs. Shelly has spoken to Credit Unions, leagues, and other agencies across the United States delivering education and advice about team building, coaching for success, generational differences, best practices in the workplace, and many other topics.

Shelly has a natural talent for engaging an audience and delivers her message in a way that leaves participants more knowledgeable and excited about the subject at hand. Shelly and her husband Tony reside in Prairie Du Sac, WI and together have a blended family of 7 children.  

Meghan Owens - Human Resources Specialist-Advanced, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Office of Human Resources.
Meghan serves as the lead human resources consultant in the office on classification and compensation.  UW-Madison was provided with enabling legislation that allows the campus to implement a new personnel system distinct from the state's civil service system. This new HR structure will cover all campus employees (16,000+) and must be implemented by July of 2015.  Meghan’s role as the lead human resources consultant in the office on classification and compensation made her an easy choice to serve as the co-lead for a few components on the UW-Madison’s Human Resources Design project including Compensation, Titling, Employee Choice and the Fair Labor Standards Act Review.

Meghan has spent over 15 years working in human resources at UW-Madison.  Prior to working in the Classified Human Resources Office, Meghan was a Human Resources Manager in the Office of Human Resources and, prior to that was the Human Resources Manager in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Her experience with many diverse areas of the campus has made her an expert in recognizing potential hurdles that one may come across when implementing policies and procedures.

Meghan is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management and the International Public Management Association for Human Resources where she served as Treasurer for the Madison chapter. Meghan lives in Middleton, WI with her husband, Steve, their two daughters and a dog.

Jessica M. Kramer is an attorney with Erhard & Payette, LLC in Madison, Wisconsin.  Jessica’s employment law practices includes: human resources compliance counseling on state and federal laws relating to the employment relationship; drafting and review of contracts, including non-competition and non-solicitation agreements and separation agreements; advice on the minimization and defense of unemployment insurance claims; and litigating claims of wrongful termination, discrimination, and other violations of employment laws.

In addition to her employment law practice, Jessica also assists both individual and business clients in the areas of civil litigation and landlord-tenant law.  Jessica received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2000 and her Juris Doctor from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2004. 
Jessica has been an instructor at the University of Phoenix Madison campus and a guest instructor at the University of Wisconsin Law School.  Jessica also enjoys giving presentations and writing articles for publication regarding relevant legal and business topics.  Jessica is a member of the Government Affairs Committee for the Greater Madison Area chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM).

 

 

For more information contact:

GMA SHRM Management Team
2830 Agriculture Dr.
Madison, WI 53718
(608) 204-9814
fax (608) 204-9818
chapteradmin@gmashrm.org

Program Schedule subject to change.

 

 
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