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SAN DIEGO — If standing room only is any indication, human resources professionals attending CUNA’s HR/TD Council Summit are very concerned about labor law. Nearly half of all 200 attendees crowded into a mini-workshop this morning to hear Palo Alto, California-based attorney Mary LaVigne-Butler discuss current labor law issues.

LaVigne-Butler said misclassification of employees…determining whether they are exempt or nonexempt…has become an even bigger concern for employers than discrimination issues. Outside sales and computer professionals are the most common positions that present misclassification issues.

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