Strategies for Managing the New FLSA Overtime Rules in Student Affairs

with Andrew Morse, Kim Harrington, Yvette Kell, Veronica Riepe, Chris MacDonald, Brent Paterson

About This Course

During this live briefing, leading professionals in student affairs offered strategies to address the new FLSA overtime rules for salaried professionals as they relate to the unique considerations and concerns for the financial and operational management of divisions of student affairs.     

The session was recorded and is available for viewing the NASPA Online Learning Community along with a discussion forum where presenters will be available to answer questions.  Please register for this event (free) to access these additional resources.  This event is listed in the catalog under the category Live Briefings.

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On May 18th, the United States Department of Labor issued final rules on overtime pay for salaried professionals.  The new FLSA Overtime Rules bring significant change to the financial and operational management of student affairs divisions. Not only do these rules substantially increase the salary threshold by which working professionals are exempted from overtime pay, but they also require prompt implementation.  Further, the new rules have brought uncertainty about how employment arrangements that traditionally fall within the student affairs division - residence life, campus activities, college unions, and campus recreation - should be managed.  Join us for a discussion about strategies to address these new changes to the management of divisions of student affairs.

This Live Briefing was recorded on June 9, 2016. 

The session was recorded and is available for viewing the NASPA Online Learning Community along with a discussion forum where presenters will be available to answer questions.

You need to have a login (free) to the NASPA website, but you do not have to be a NASPA member to register for the event. You may create a NASPA login during this process.  This event is listed in the catalog under the category Live Briefings.




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