National Association of Independent College and University State Executives (NAICUSE)
National Association of Independent College and University State Executives (NAICUSE)

NAICU Alert: Overtime Rule – What you need to know and do now

 

Colleagues,

The following alert just went out to all member presidents.  You are welcome to participate as well.

Karin

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From: NAICU Presidents Network <presnet@naicu.edu<mailto:presnet@naicu.edu>>

Date: May 20, 2016 at 10:20:27 AM EDT

To: NAICU Presidents Network <presnet@server1.naicu.edu<mailto:presnet@server1.naicu.edu>>

Subject: [presnet] NAICU Alert: Overtime Rule – What you need to know and do now

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Dear Colleagues,

Now that the final overtime rule<https://s3.amazonaws.com/public-inspection.federalregister.gov/2016-11754.pdf> has been released, I’m sure you have many questions and concerns about what this means for your institution, possible next steps, and issues about implementation.   As referenced in the NAICU Alert<http://www.naicu.edu/docLib/20160519_FinalOTAlertFINAL.pdf> sent on Tuesday evening, NAICU is partnering with the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) on a series of webinars that will be free to NAICU members.  The first webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25, at 1:00-2:30 EST.  The webinar, “The FSLA Overtime Final Rule: What You Need to Know and Do Now,” will address:

*   Key elements of the new overtime regulations;

*   Compliance timeline;

*   Implementation steps that colleges and universities must take;

*   How to handle compensation going forward; and

*   Key challenges that higher education institutions will need to address.

Here is the registration link<http://www.cupahr.org/events/webinar-20160525.aspx> (http://www.cupahr.org/events/webinar-20160525.aspx) provided by CUPA-HR for the webinar.  NOTE: If you do not already have an account set up with CUPA-HR, you must click on the “New to CUPA-HR Webinars?” link directly under the Register Now button.  This explains how to set up an account to gain access to the webinar (here is a graphic<http://www.naicu.edu/docLib/20160519_RegisteringforaCUPAwebinar.pdf> that also explains the process).

After the webinar, we will consult with our legal counsel, Franczek Radelet, to determine what additional information and advice may be required for NAICU members.

I hope you, or someone from your institution, can participate in the May 25 webinar.  If you have any questions about the final rule or accessing the webinar, you can email me or Karin Johns at Karin@NAICU.edu<mailto:Karin@NAICU.edu>.

Thanks for your continued commitment to private, nonprofit higher education.

Sincerely,

David

Dr. David L. Warren

President

NAICU

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