• April 29, 2021
    11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Is my sales broker truly an independent contractor? If not, what is my liability exposure? When is a sales employee’s commission earned? When must it be paid? Are my sales employees exempt from overtime pay requirements?

These are just a few of the difficult and often confusing questions employers have regarding securing, compensating, and retaining their sales force. Whether you use independent sales brokers or inside sales staff, you need to know where the legal pitfalls lie and how to avoid them.

Mark your calendars for this virtual workshop to be held on April 29, 2021 at Noon (Eastern) which will focus on:

This event will focus on:

  • Broker v. Salesperson: Who is Your Employee Anyway?
  • Compensation Issues
  • Contracts and Offer Letters
  • Is an employment contract right for your company?
  • Non-competition agreements: Are they enforceable?
  • Hidden Traps and Liabilities
  • Other Legal Compliance Issues

Who should Attend:
CEOs, Presidents, Owners, COOs, CFOs and Financial Managers.

About the presenters:
Nicholas J. Fiorenza, Founding Partner of Ferrara Fiorenza PC, is a graduate of the George Washington University law school. His practice is dedicated to representation and counsel of employers with respect to all aspects of employment and labor relations law. He frequently speaks and writes on these topics. He is also the Manager of Delacroix Consulting Group, LLC, the Firm’s affiliated human resources management consulting firm. Before forming his law firm, Mr. Fiorenza was President of the Printing and Imaging Association of New York State, Inc., and he continues to represent the Printing Industries Alliance as its General Counsel.

Michael L. Dodd, Partner, Ferrara Fiorenza PC. His practice focuses primarily on defending employers in discrimination, wage and hour, labor relations and other employment-related claims. He serves the Firm in the day-to-day representation and counseling of public and private sector employers. He is also a frequent author and speaker on these topics for both state-wide and nation-wide organizations.
 
 

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Date:
Thursday, April 29, 2021

Time:
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Eastern
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Central

Cost:
FREE to GLGA Members
$99.00 for Not Yet-Members

A confirmation email with the connection information will be sent to you a few days before the webinar.

 

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