Today’s employer faces a complex number of questions given the evolving times where everything from bathroom issues to new overtime rules affects the workplace.

Tidewater Community College’s Academy for Nonprofit Excellence will offer a two-part webinar in July that touches on these and other regulations relevant to today’s nonprofits and small businesses.

Michael Steele, an employment law attorney from Williams Mullen, will lead the online forum July 20 and 27 from 9-11:30 a.m.

Participants with online access can join in to learn:

  • how to know if an employee is entitled to overtime under recently made changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act
  • when and how to pay overtime to salaried employees
  • strategies to handling diversity in the workplace, including sex discrimination in the 21st century
  • how the new federal trade secret law impacts employment agreements

This course qualifies for 0.5 Continuing Education Units.

Steele represents and advises employers ranging in size from Fortune 500 companies to small business owners in all aspects of labor and employment litigation and workplace issues.

Nonprofits have a special registration fee of $60 thanks to the support of the Hampton Roads Community Foundation. Call Lisa Peterson at 757-822-1170 or Mark Block at 757-822-1159 to receive the discount code.

Businesses can register for $199.