Got called in for jury duty. As an FLSA-exempt employee, can an employer require me to take unpaid leave? [more inside]
posted by relucent
on Nov 15, 2012 -
What are the rules for "optional" but not really optional work-related events for non-exempt employees? [more inside]
posted by anonymous
on Nov 3, 2012 -
You are a salaried employee with no overtime. You get an hour for lunch. Do you work 9-5 or 9-6?
posted by asockpuppet
on Jul 24, 2012 -
Should my company be allowed to dock me, as a salaried employee, for the 4 hours I took off today? How should I broach this subject? Snowflake details inside. [more inside]
posted by IzzeYum
on Jan 11, 2012 -
I need the advice of an HR person or labor expert regarding OT pay for exempt employees.
I work in Louisiana in an IT field. My company was acquired by another in June 0f 2010. As part of the acquisition process, they changed all employees from non-exempt to exempt (salaried) with the expectation that requirements for overtime were going to be eliminated. Since January 2011, I've logged about 200 hours of OT.
I have each item documented in a spreadsheet, and these are legitimate projects that required OT. Am I entitled to any form of compensation? The back pay would be considerable (appr. 10k dollars), but I don't know how to approach the subject with my employer.
posted by murp0837
on Aug 17, 2011 -
Workfilter. In California, can a salaried/exempt employee agree to work and be paid for one day of work during a week-long unpaid furlough? [more inside]
posted by anonymous
on Dec 17, 2010 -
I would like to know if I took a bank loan in another country and had the money wired to me here in the US, around 160K, if the IRS would tax that amount. I called them and apparently they didn't know because they could not answer the question. I will have to pay back that loan so i would imagine that the amount wouldn't be taxed here (as long as i prove to the IRS that i got the loan).
posted by Giovanna123
on Sep 3, 2009 -
So, I am an exempt, salaried employee. The agreement I signed before taking my job was that I would work 40 hours per week. But, of course, my employer is now scheduling me for 42-45 hours per week. As an exempt employee, am I just expected to work these extra hours? [more inside]
posted by foxinthesnow
on Apr 8, 2008 -
I'm classified as an exempt employee. Can my boss require me to arrive at work at a certain time, or even to work a certain number of hours? [more inside]
posted by Joleta
on Jun 8, 2006 -