|Welcome to the third quarter edition of SuperVision, the e-newsletter for Spilman Thomas & Battle's Labor & Employment Practice Group. As we wind down in 2019, this is your last chance to take advantage of our symposium series as we are in the final stages of planning for our SuperVision conference in Greensboro, North Carolina. There are a few spaces left available so if you would like to join us at the Grandover Resort on Friday, October 18, 2019, please visit our website to register.
If you were not able to make one of our in-person conferences, please know that our team remains ready to conduct best-in-class training on any aspect of employment law including helping you with the on-boarding process for conducting anti-harassment training. We also stand ready to provide a tune-up to your personnel policies for handbooks, perhaps even including a wage and hour audit in keeping with the revised white collar overtime salary thresholds that go into effect on January 1 of next year.
Speaking of which, in this edition of SuperVision, and in case you missed the e-blast we sent out the day the DOL issued notice of its formal rule, our team examines the revisions to the white collar overtime rule. In addition, we take a look at IEP meetings and FMLA and, we provide a reminder regarding compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act when you do your background checks. As always, we welcome any suggestions and comments regarding the e-newsletter and thank you so much for reading.
Eric E. Kinder, Executive Editor, SuperVision