Your business may be subject to a wage and hour audit regarding your classification of employees. A lawyer will generally need to know which auditing body will be conducting the audit and what type of audit it will be conducting (typically, exempt vs. non-exempt employees or independent contractors vs. employees).
Prepare for your first meeting or call with an employment lawyer by completing Priori’s employee classification worksheets and wage and hour audit worksheets. Using our employee classification checklist and our wage and hour audit checklist, you’ll be able to think through the most important employee classification and wage and hour audit issues and facts in advance of your meeting with your lawyer. You can even send your employee classification worksheet and wage and hour audit worksheet directly to your lawyer, so your lawyer can prepare ahead of time and make your interaction as productive and cost-effective as possible. If needed, Priori can also connect you with a lawyer in our vetted network who can assist you with employee classification questions and any questions you might have about the wage and hour audit process.