Free Webinar: FLSA Changes Are Coming—Is Your City Prepared?

August 13, 2019—11 a.m.-12 p.m.

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Is your city ready for the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) changes anticipated to take effect in January 2020?

This spring, the Department of Labor announced a proposal to raise the minimum salary requirements for an employee to be exempt from overtime pay—from $455/week ($23,660/year) to $679/week ($35,308/year). The prior rule with the $455/threshold has been in place since 2004. The proposed rule was subject to a period of public comment (60-day period) and is anticipated to take effect in January 2020.

With these new proposed salary levels, cities will either have to increase exempt employees’ wages (if those wages fall below the new baseline) or those employees will be classified as non-exempt—and therefore eligible for overtime pay.

Join us for this free webinar to:

  • Receive an overview of the current FLSA—including exempt vs. non-exempt employees and the important salary basis and duties tests (which determines how an employee is correctly classified)
  • Discuss how the features of the proposed FLSA rule may impact your city, employees’ statuses, and their salaries
  • Receive tips about how you can prepare your city for the upcoming changes
  • Ask questions about the FLSA and these proposed changes (please submit them in advance to

Looking for more background information on the FLSA before this webinar?
View our informational memo here.

Marnie Middleton, Senior Human Resources Consultant, Gallagher
Marnie has more than 25 years of experience in human resources—including HR assessments, compliance, payroll, benefits, employee wellness, due diligence and claims investigations, policy and handbook review and development, employee engagement, recruiting and onboarding, training, talent, and performance management.

Jessica Nikunen, Senior Consultant, Public Sector, Gallagher
Jessica leads benefits strategy development for her public sector clients. Jessica has been working in employee benefits since 2005, and spent 10+ years working in HR in the public sector of the Twin Cities metro area. Her experience comprises all areas of human resources management including: compensation and benefits, recruitment and selection, employee and labor relations, employee safety, performance management, and payroll.

Laura Kushner, Human Resources Director, League of Minnesota Cities

Who should attend:
City administrators, clerks, HR and payroll staff


August 13—11 a.m.-12 p.m.
A recording of the webinar will be available by August 14.

You will be participating via the internet using GoToWebinar. An email confirmation with instructions to join the session will be sent after registration is completed.