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Course Name
FLSA Training & Certification Program

Contact Hours: 8

Course Description
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) covers wage and hour rules for U.S. workers, including what hours employees can work and what base and overtime compensation rules employers must follow. The FLSA Training & Certification Program covers all basic and detailed rules for worker eligibility, minimum wage, overtime pay, and hours-worked requirements.

Outcome

Besides the basics, you will also learn about:
  • The minimum wage and overtime requirements and exemptions
  • Child labor law requirements
  • Alternate ways on how minimum wage obligations can be met
  • How to defend against FLSA claims or lawsuits.

Assessment
This course contains numerous End Of Lesson Quizzes to help you measure your progress and mastery of the materials.

You can test to earn a "Certified FLSA Administrator" designation upon successful completion of the program. This program also qualifies for eight hours of PHR and SPHR re-certification credits!


Certification tests are comprised of 50 randomly-generated questions that are mostly multiple choice, scenario-based questions that test the student`s ability to apply the learned content.

A score of 85 or higher is required to pass the course.




Outline
The FLSA Training & Certification Program

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) covers wage and hour rules for U.S. workers, including what hours employees can work and what base and overtime compensation rules employers must follow.

The FLSA Training & Certification Program covers all basic and detailed rules for worker eligibility, minimum wage, overtime pay, and hours-worked requirements.

The Program also has an extensive section on exemptions, child labor, and record keeping requirements, and a special section on enforcement remedies and defenses.

The Program`s easy-to-learn design has numerous tips, examples, and procedural recommendations that are interspersed with interactive Q and A sessions so that you are confident that you are learning and in where your strengths and weaknesses lie. Its "Bookmark" feature also lets you learn at your own pace, and gives you the ability to review previously completed material.

1. The minimum wage and overtime requirements and exemptions
2. Child labor law requirements
3. Alternate ways on how minimum wage obligations can be met
4. How to defend against FLSA claims or lawsuits.