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Posted on October 28, 2016

Resources for Clients Addressing the New Overtime Regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act:

Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta recognizes the challenges that the new overtime regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) pose to our clients. These changes become effective on December 1, 2016, and advance preparation to get ready to implement them is necessary. Therefore, we have compiled this list of resources to assist nonprofits in addressing these changes. All of these resources are available on the Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta website, and through the links below.

• Legal Alert: Overtime Eligibility Expands on December 1, 2016: http://www.pbpatl.org/nonprofit-legal-alerts/overtime-eligibility-expands-on-december-1-2016/ – This article provides information and resources to help organizations understand the changes that are being implemented on December 1, 2016.

Article: Nonprofit Staffing Strategies for the New Overtime Regulations: http://www.pbpatl.org/nonprofit-legal-alerts/nonprofit-staffing-strategies-for-new-overtime-regulations-2/ – This article includes information about ways organizations will need to adapt their operations to comply with the new FLSA regulations that become effective on December 1, 2016.

Webcast: Checking the Facts: How the New Overtime Regulations Impact Nonprofits: http://www.pbpatl.org/workshops-and-webcasts/checking-the-facts-how-the-new-overtime-regulations-impact-nonprofits/ – This webcast provides basic guidance to help organizations understand the requirements of the new FLSA regulations and their implications.

Webcast: The Fair Labor Standards Act for the Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault: http://www.pbpatl.org/workshops-and-webcasts/fair-labor-standards-act-for-gnesa/ – This webcast was presented for a specific client group, but has much broader relevance for nonprofit organizations. It provides both an overview of the law’s requirements, and practical information about how to address the new requirements, and how to work with nonexempt employees to ensure proper timekeeping and pay practices. It also specifically addresses issues that arise with regard to 24-hour operations including working with on-call employees.

Booklet: Implementing the FLSA Overtime Changes: What Every Nonprofit Needs to Know: http://www.pbpatl.org/uncategorized/flsa-overtime-changes-what-every-nonprofit-needs-to-know/ – This booklet, published by Altera Payroll and Insurance, provides practical guidance and form communications to help organizations implement changes made necessary by the FLSA amendments effective December 1, 2016.

Webcast: Get Your Organization Ready for the Fair Labor Standards Act Changes, delivered by the Georgia Center for Nonprofits: http://gcn.adobeconnect.com/p7cuzu4zryt/?OWASP_CSRFTOKEN=224fb966051590d1a3555f39412ee5b6296e0621d3163c55012b138be120ed64 – This webcast, delivered by the Georgia Center for Nonprofits, provides practical advice regarding implementing changes within your organization, including addressing management, culture, financial, and technology concerns raised by the changes.

Fact Sheet: FLSA Changes and Exemptions: http://www.pbpatl.org/resources/flsa-changes-and-exemptions-seyfarth-shaw-llp/ – This fact sheet, published by Seyfarth Shaw LLP, provides information about the changes to the FLSA effective December 1, 2016 and what they mean for employers. It also identifies and explains common exemptions from the minimum wage and overtime requirements under the FLSA.