The Department of Labor has issued revised overtime regulations that will apply to all organizations starting December 1, 2016. The revisions reflect a significant change in how employers can determine which employees are exempt from overtime and which employees will now be entitled to it. These revisions will have a major impact on nonprofits.
This Multi-Presenter Program, will cover:
- An overview of the new overtime rule and what it means to your organization
- Ways to determine who is truly an exempt employee
- What you need to do now to start preparing for December
- Recommendations on how you can best deal with the new rule and ways to control the additional overtime you may be facing
Linda Pappajohn – Partner Human Resources Santora CPAs
Elizabeth Zimmer - US Dept. of Labor
Linda, a Principal with Santora CPA Group in Newark, DE, is the Director of the firm’s HR Consulting Division. Prior to starting the HR Consulting Division, she was the firm’s business manager.
Linda provides consulting services to clients on a wide variety of human resource matters, including new employment regulations, HR advice, employee handbooks, HR reviews, training, on HR related subjects, and recruiting.
Linda also lead the implementation of Santora CPA Group’s adoption of Jim Collins’s Good to Great principles within the firm. She is a frequent speaker on a wide variety of HR matters for a number of national associations along with local ones:
- New Castle County Chamber of Commerce
- AICPA's Practice Manager's Annual Symposium
- Healthcare Management Education Series
- Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement
Linda was one of the founders of Girls on the Run Delaware, and serves as their Co-Chair of the Board of Directors and Treasurer. She was the national president of the Association for Accounting Administration. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management.
She received her Bachelors’ degree with a major in accounting from Merrimack College in North Andover, MA. Linda was a business owner and the controller for a real estate management company in Boston prior to relocating to Delaware.
NOTE: In order to have a meaningful experience, a minimum of 3 attendees must be registered for the event to proceed.