May. 27, 2021

12:00pm - 1:00pm

Zoom Webinar

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 The session will focus primarily on the “regular rate” principles for calculating proper overtime under the Act and common problem areas.  Exemptions from the Act’s minimum wage and/or overtime requirements that are found in the public employment sector will also be discussed.  Time permitting, hours worked concepts and the child labor restrictions under the Act will also be covered.


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  • Brian Cleasby

    Community Outreach and Resource Planning Specialist
    U.S. DOL/Wage & Hour Division
    Northern New England District Office
    Manchester, NH

    Brian joined the Wage & Hour Division in 1995 after graduating from Bates College in Lewiston, ME with a BA in Political Science.  Prior to transitioning to his current position in September 2020, Brian was a Wage and Hour Investigator for 25 years.  During his time as an investigator, he was involved with enforcing the full range of federal labor laws enforced by the Division; including the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Davis Bacon and Related Acts, the Service Contract Act, the Migrant and Seasonal Worker Protection Act, and the “H” visa programs under the Immigration and Nationality Act.

    Brian has been the recipient of numerous awards during his career, including the Secretary’s Exceptional Service Impact Award, the Distinguished Career Service Award, and the Mark D. Falk Public Service Recognition Award.



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