by Rachelle Hadland, AAPPD Staff | October 31, 2016
The Arizona Association of Providers for People with Disabilities (AAPPD) is pleased to welcome Jennifer Kihnley, Enforcement Coordinator for Child Labor, FMLA, Section 14(c), and Home Care from the Wage & Hour Division (WHD) of the U.S. Department of Labor and Susan Nern Assistant District Director, and Jennifer Carr, Wage and Hour Investigator, with the WHD's Phoenix District Office for a one-day training seminar regarding Section 14(c), the subminimum wage employment for workers with disabilities.
Attendees of the training will hear about how Section 14(c) is enforced, how time studies should be conducted, conducting prevailing wage surveys, and rights and responsibilities for providers and the members.
This all-day training will take place on Thursday, November 3, 2016 and is free and open to providers of services to individuals with disabilities, state regulators, individuals, families and others, however, you must RSVP to attend. Our Phoenix location is full, however, all of our satellite locations have spaces still available. If you are interested in attending, please click here to take a look at our event flyer for information on how to RSVP and available locations.
For those attending the training, your presenters have provided a number of different handouts and resources that will be referenced during their presentation this Thursday (presentation also attached below). If you are attending the training and want to take notes on the presentation, please print off the presentation and bring it with you to the training (PPT Presentation titled: Section 14(c) Power Point Presentation).
Please note, most of the materials listed below can be found on the USDOL Wage and Hour Department website at https://www.dol.gov/whd/workerswithdisabilities. The WHD website has a wealth of resource materials, such as the Section 14(c) on-line calculators and the accompanying calculator manual.