Fred Carlock passed his last breath at 4:30 am on Tuesday, the 24th day of November 2009.
His family was at his bedside the entire night and he never suffered. He was buried today
December 7th 2009 at Calvary Cemetery after a Funeral Mass at St. James Cathedral per his
wishes. Please send any condolences/correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please continue to use the below test to assess your knowledge of Federal Wage Hour Law Compliance. In his many years as a Federal Wage Hour Law Investigator for the Department of Labor and even after his retirement as a consultant for those businesses being investigated, Fred Carlock never left the spirit of the law's intent on protecting workers from unfair practices. He will be missed.
You and I Need to Talk...
...About Compliance With the Federal Wage Hour Laws!!
Why? You may have a backwage liability that you are not aware of!!
Three National "random" sample surveys of employers revealed that 6 out of 10 employers owe backwages to employees. These surveys were spaced at seven year intervals.
What percentile are you in?
Are you positive that your present time keeping, exemptions taken, and pay practices comply with the various labor laws? Now is the time to find out before a possible costly wage-hour investigation
Why Should You Talk To Me?
I can tell you, in a brief telephone conversation, whether you may have a possible wage-hour problem and at no cost to you for the brief telephone call. How can I say this with such confidence?
49 Years total in Wage-Hour Experience!
25 Years with the Wage-Hour Division of US
Department of Labor
9 Years - Wage Hour Investigator
16 Years - Area Director Western North Carolina
*24 Years Private Consulting
Additional Services Offered To Employers
|FEDERAL WAGE HOUR SEMINARS
Teaching Employers about the provisions of the law on a "need to know" basis, including how to "self audit" their business
|EMPLOYER CONSULTATIONS (a)
Reviewing with the employer, current time keeping, exemptions taken, and pay practices, advising on changes that need to be made.
|EMPLOYER CONSULTATIONS (b)
Reviewing and advising employers on the validity of alleged violations and the amount of backwages allegedly due.
| The above services, offered as a Consultant, are based
on the expertise acquired from years of experience working with these
laws. The service should not be interpreted as offering legal advice.
If legal services are required, the advice of a competent attorney should
Fred Carlock, Consultant
Federal Wage-Hour Laws
Member of the National Association Wage Hour Consultants