Navigating New Overtime Rules for Nonprofits

New overtime rules are effective December 1! Are you ready?




In partnership with the Cultural Enrichment Fund, The Foundation for Enhancing Communities is pleased to offer a presentation on the new federal overtime regulations taking effect December 1. These will require all employees earning less than $47,476 per year to be paid overtime. There are no exceptions for nonprofit organizations. All nonprofits need to assess their workforces and plan ahead to avoid violations of the law and potential penalties. This presentation, geared to nonprofits, will explain the law and offer practical advice for dealing with the changes as well as having your individual questions addressed, which you are encouraged to submit when you register.

Do you have full-time, salaried employees that make less than $47,476? If so, this new rule applies to your organization and you need to attend this session!

Event Information

Date: Friday, September 30, 2016
Time: 8:00am – 10:00am
Registration: 8:00am – 8:30am
Program: 8:30am – 10:00am
Location: The Conference Center, Central Penn College
600 College Hill Road
Summerdale, PA 17093

About the presenter

B_DunlapBenjamin C. Dunlap, Jr. brings considerable experience to his practice, concentrating in business and employment law for companies ranging in size from startups to major national corporations, as well as for area nonprofit organizations. He regularly deals with Fair Labor Standards Act issues, including conducting the legal review of a company’s FLSA audit involving more than 100 separate employee positions. He has received an AV Preeminent® Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating in his primary practice areas of administrative and employment/labor law and litigation, making him part of a select group of lawyers ranked by their peers at the highest level of professional excellence.

Venue Sponsor

Central Penn College

Zachary Moore Music Memorial Fund

"TFEC is family to us. It means a lot to have the fund at a place where people cared about Zachary when he was alive, and care about this memorial fund that we’ve established in his honor."

Pillars with Purpose

"TFEC has a can-do attitude. They're invested not just in getting the job done, but also emotionally invested—which makes for a great partner."

Owen's Fund

"I think it's really important that we have a structure and an entity like TFEC to help the community thrive."