DOL Invites FLSA Section 14(c) Certificateholders Test Prototype Application


The Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division is seeking input from Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) section 14(c) certificate holders to help to develop an online application to replace our current paper-based system. DOL hopes moving to a digital format will streamline the process, and make the transmission of information more convenient, efficient and secure for everyone. 

DOL is looking for 8 current section 14(c) certificate holders to participate in some testing of its prototype as it moves forward. It hopes input early in the process will help DOL identify where to improve the product to ensure the final version meets your needs.

Participants volunteering will be asked to visit a prototype website, complete several short tasks, and answer questions about their experience and perceptions of the website.including how easy the application is to use.

DOL says if you volunteer to participate, and you are selected, DOL will contact you to schedule one or more one hour sessions at times convenient for you. You must have a computer and an Internet connection to participate. Each session will be conducted online using video conferencing accessible through your office or home computer. No travel is required.

If you are a current section 14(c) certificate holders to volunteer and  interested, email WHDNOComm@dol.gov with the name of your organization, along with the name, email address, and phone number of the point of contact volunteering. DOL will contact the volunteers selected to participate.

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