On Demand Webinar: Calculating EPSL & EFMLA Pay: It's Complicated

On Demand Webinar: Calculating EPSL & EFMLA Pay: It's Complicated

Posted on 05/12/2020 at 01:24 PM by The Newsroom

In order to properly pay FLSA overtime premium, employers must understand and apply the FLSA “regular rate” provisions for non-exempt employees who receive bonus, commission or most other forms of pay along with their base hourly rate.  The FFCRA also incorporates these regular rate rules, with some variations, for computing paid time off for non-exempt employees. 

Join Jill Jensen-Welch and Mike Staebell of the Dickinson Law Firm for an On Demand Webinar* that will provide you with what you need to know to be in compliance with these rules as well as calculating EPSL and EFMLA pay. The webinar first aired on May 12th

To access the recorded webinar*, click here.  Audio starts at 4:15 of the recording. 

To access the presentation slides only*, click here

*The information in the webinar is current approximately 5 business days prior to May 12, 2020. Viewers should check for new laws, regulations, FAQs, or other guidances from the DOL or IRS before using these materials. Consult with your legal counsel before taking action or making changes. The material presented is property of Dickinson Law and is designed and intended for general informational purposes only. It is not intended and it should not be construed or relied upon as legal advice. 



Questions, Contact us today.

Contact Us


The material, whether written or oral (including videos) that is posted on the various blogs of Dickinson Bradshaw is not intended, nor should it be construed or relied upon, as legal advice. The opinions expressed in the various blog posting are those of the individual author, they may not reflect the opinions of the firm.  Your use of the Dickinson Bradshaw blog postings does NOT create an attorney-client relationship between you and Dickinson, Bradshaw, Fowler & Hagen, P.C. or any of its attorneys.  If specific legal information is needed, please retain and consult with an attorney of your own selection.

There are no comments yet.
Add Comment

* Indicates a required field