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Wage and hour training is being provided surprisingly infrequently, given the final overtime rule.
Despite the new overtime rule, which takes effect Dec. 1, wage and hour training came in dead last in a recent survey of planned employment law training topics.
A July ethics and compliance training survey by Navex Global, an ethics and compliance software and services firm based in Lake Oswego, Ore., revealed that just 29 percent of the survey's 644 respondents plan to train on wage and hour laws in the next two to three years. The respondents were ethics and compliance professionals from a wide range of industries.
Of those providing wage and hour training, 23 percent said that this training will be given one time only, 48 percent will train one or more times per year, 24 percent will educate every two years, and 5 percent will train every three or more years.
The leading employment law training topic was workplace harassment, with 76 percent of respondents providing anti-harassment training in the next two to three years.
Other top employment law training topics were:
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