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PrestigePEO Webinar Series:

The New FTC's Final Overtime Rule and The DOL's Final Noncompete Rule

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Learn All About The New Overtime Rule and Noncompete Rule From PrestigePEO’s Compliance Experts

PrestigePEO is a leading and trusted PEO partner in the industry for its dedication to helping small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) overcome the complexities of new workplace compliance regulations.

And that’s quite evident with our latest compliance webinar recording, where our experts dive deep into the recently announced Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Final New Overtime Rule and the Department of Labor’s (DOL) Noncompete Rule.

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Led by our COO, Robyn Rusignuolo, VP-General Counsel, Liz Shaw, and EVP, Heather Saulsbury, this webinar provides valuable insights into the implications these new rules can have on SMBs.

We discuss and detail the potential legal challenges these rules present for employers, and how these changes can potentially impact business operations. We also provide an in-depth overview of important timelines, exemptions, and detail proactive steps employers should take regarding the nuances and future effects these rules can have.

By filling out the form, you’ll also access more than just a webinar recording. You’ll gain insight into the incredible value a partnership with PrestigePEO provides. As an employer, you’ll see how we offer more than just expert compliance support, but how we can help with all your HR needs, including employee benefits, payroll management, and so much more.

Fill out the form to access the recording and learn how PrestigePEO can support your business through this, and every regulatory challenge that comes your way.

DISCLAIMER: The materials contained in the following presentation have been prepared as general information and to inform the attendees of important changes that may impact their business. Neither this presentation nor any of the materials contained herein are intended as legal advice. Attendees should consult with counsel before taking any actions that may impact their legal rights.​