Final Paychecks: How to Avoid Legal Risk With Accurate Calculation and Distribution

Final Paychecks: How to Avoid Legal Risk With Accurate Calculation and Distribution

Final Paychecks: How to Avoid Legal Risk With Accurate Calculation and Distribution

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. Many employers do not appreciate the patchwork of local, state, and federal laws regulating the calculation and distribution of final wage payments to departing employees. Employers must recognize and comply with a whole host of regulations or risk extensive penalties and/or costly litigation. This topic will provide an overview of the legal issues and common pitfalls related to final employee wage payments. This topic also will include a practical discussion of manageable best practices and model policies for use in today’s dynamic – and often multistate – employment environment.

Learning Objectives

  • You will be able to describe and implement best practices for complying with federal and state wage payment regulations.
  • You will be able to identify when final wage payments to departing employees must be issued, and what must be included in final wage payments.
  • You will be able to review if and when it is permissible to make deductions from departing employees’ final paychecks.
  • You will be able to recognize potential penalties for failing to properly calculate and timely issue final wage payments.

  • Who should attend?

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

    Training Content

    • Timing of Final Wage Payments
    • Impact of the Terms of Employee Separation (Termination vs. Resignation)
    • State-Specific Requirements, Including Requirements for Same-Day or "Immediate" Payments
    • Payment of Accrued but Unused Paid Time off
    • Best PracticesDeductions From Final Wage Payments
    • Permissible Deductions
    • FLSA Prohibitions and Employee Remedies Under Federal Law, Including Administrative Actions and Claims for Liquidated Damages, Attorneys' Fees, and Costs
    • California-Specific Requirements and Penalties for Noncompliance
    • Best PracticesState and Local Wage Theft Prevention Acts
    • Increasing Trend of Wage Theft Prevention Acts
    • Impact on the Calculation and Distribution of Final Wage Payments
    • Notification Requirements and Penalties
    • California and Other Jurisdictions (e.g., New York, Washington, D.C.)

    Costs

    The cost of this Final Paychecks: How to Avoid Legal Risk With Accurate Calculation and Distribution live webinar is $209 per participant.

    Provider: Lorman Education Services

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