Friday, September 12, 2014

Coffee with Kenny: Breaking Down the Parental Involvement in Schools Law

Coffee with Kenny is an ongoing video series from TEA President, Kenny Colbert. He discusses news, trends, legislative updates or just his thoughts on current events and their impact on the human resources profession. Please visit our YouTube channel to view previous videos.



School is in session! Are you required to let employees off work for parent-teacher conferences?  How about after-school sports activities?  Kenny will answer these tough questions and break down exactly what you need to know about the NC Parental Involvement in Schools Law. Think about it.

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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Coffee with Kenny: Breaking Down Breaks and Meal Periods

Coffee with Kenny is an ongoing video series from TEA President, Kenny Colbert. He discusses news, trends, legislative updates or just his thoughts on current events and their impact on the human resources profession. Please visit our YouTube channel to view previous videos.




In this edition of Coffee with Kenny, Kenny will break down everything you need to know about offering breaks and meal periods in North and South Carolina, from both the legal and employee relations perspectives. Think about it.

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For a transcript of the above videoclick here.

Friday, June 20, 2014

Coffee With Kenny: Calculating Overtime for Employees with Two Different Rates of Pay



Coffee with Kenny is an ongoing video series from TEA President, Kenny Colbert. He discusses news, trends, legislative updates or just his thoughts on current events and their impact on the human resources profession. Please visit our YouTube channel to view previous videos.




There's an interesting wage & hour scenario that sometimes takes place in the workplace.  This is when you have an employee who's working at two separate jobs in a week at two separate rates of pay.  The question arises, how do you pay overtime for this employee? In this edition of Coffee with Kenny, Kenny will demonstrate how to calculate overtime pay for employees in this scenario. Think about it.

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For a transcript of the above videoclick here.