Timesheet Audit Best Practices
Somer Jefferiss’ practice is focused on guiding clients through all aspects of labor-management, with a specific focus on wage and hour compliance. With thirteen years of experience in the Human Capital Management field, she has worked with hundreds of organizations to understand, analyze and solve complex labor-management hurdles.
Combining her knowledge of federal and local regulations with technology expertise, Somer directed clients in HRIS, TLM, and Payroll software configurations for over a decade. She frequently participates in and hosts training sessions and seminars throughout the country for employers, associations, universities and other professional groups on wage and hour updates and strategies. Today, Somer is a Strategic Customer Success Manager for Kronos, a leader in workforce management.
Ms. Jefferiss earned her Economics degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder and her Juris Doctorate from Willamette University College of Law. She is licensed to practice law in the State of New Jersey and the 3rd Circuit District Court and is a Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR).
The best way to reduce your risk of compliance violations is to ensure there is a clear understanding and transparency in your policies and procedures and then routinely AUDIT enforcement. The Department of Labor regularly inspects employer records searching for a violation. And the possibility of the DOL finding a circumstance of non-compliance is great if you don’t ensure your policies are consistently complied with and enforced. Thus, the importance of internal audits!
During this 60 minute webinar, expert Somer Jefferiss will cover best practices in wage and hour compliance. From what the regulations say and mean, to identifying internal policies, to enforcing those policies, we’ll do a thorough review of employer requirements. We’ll then review how to best audit – and improve – your labor management practices on a regular basis.
Finally, to make the session truly worthwhile, we’ll cover what you need to do regarding risk management. Who has access? What does the audit show? And how to address concerns in meaningful and impactful ways. In doing so, we’ll review some specific regulations and use cases to drive home the importance of regular internal audits.
- Timekeeping best practices
- Change Management
- Best Practices in HR
Course Level - This course will be beneficial for anyone in an organization who is responsible for employee relations, timesheets, finance, audits, and procurement to attend.
Who Should Attend
- Business owners
- HR Managers
Auditing your timesheet practices is crucial – do it before the Department of Labor Audits!