The Fair Labor Standards Act establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and youth employment standards affecting employees in the private sector and in Federal, State, and local governments. This workshop will present information you need to know about whether your employees are covered by Federal law, which employees are entitled to minimum wage and overtime, which employees might be exempt employees, how to properly calculate overtime, and what must be done to comply with recordkeeping and child labor requirements. Taught by a former wage and hour investigator, this workshop will be practical, cover common violations to avoid, and allow opportunity for questions and answers.
When: Tuesday, August 8th from 11:00am – 1:00pm
Where: CWE Vermont
431 Pine Street, Suite 101
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Fee: Free. Must register to attend.
Join the Vermont Foodbank in their fight against hunger by riding the Harpoon Point to Point!
Since its inception in 2002, the Harpoon Point to Point has become the Vermont Foodbank’s largest fundraiser of the year, raising over $1.3M to date. Come ride 100, 50 or 25 miles on the road, or ride the 20-mile mountain bike trail at Mt. Ascutney. This well-supported ride will take you along rivers, over covered bridges and through Vermont’s incomparable landscape with its infinite shades of green. A festive post-ride party awaits you when you cross the finish line at the Harpoon Brewery, complete with hot showers, delicious BBQ, live music and fresh beer, straight from the source!
Sign up to ride or volunteer at: harpoonpointtopoint.com
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: The Storybook Tour: Stories From A Solo 11,491-Mile Drive Across America Katherine Freund, Social Entrepreneur for Senior Mobility and Founder of Independent Transportation Network of America.
PLENARY SESSION: Self-Neglect: Understanding and Community Response
BREAKOUT SESSIONS: Understanding the Needs of Caregivers and Available Resources and Support; Self-Care for Professional Service Providers and Volunteers: Maintaining Healthy Boundaries and Preventing Burnout; How to Start and Manage a Volunteer Program; Innovations in Nutrition and Meals Programs; Transportation
Announcing the 10th Annual Public Performance Conference! Hosted by the National Center for Public Performance, the School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers
University-Newark, and the Sawyer Business School Institute for Public Service at Suffolk University. The topic of this conference will be how organizations design, implement and
sustain performance innovations that can withstand times of transition and change.
Performance measurement is becoming more and more common across the public and nonprofit sectors. Organizations have proven to be very good at beginning performance and innovation initiatives, but less so when the longevity of these systems has been tested. We seek to better understand how performance measurement and management systems can withstand the pressures of political and institutional change and sustain themselves for the long term.
This conference will bring together the best minds in the professional and academic worlds to discuss performance measurement, program innovations, best practices, and emerging paradigms of public performance.
We will have panel discussions concerning:
• Sustaining Performance Systems During Transitions
• Public Health and Social Service Performance
• Open Data: Transparency & Performance
• Performance in Local Government
• Community Oriented Performance