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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Hours/Ot Paid for Offsite Event

    I am getting a bit confused.

    Is it non-exempt = entitled to overtime and exempt = not entitled to overtime, or is it the opposite?

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    Not really a salaried non-exempt employee is nothing special. The salaried part is just a payment method selected and there is no test to be classified as one. It is with exempt employees that hoops have to be jumped through for. A $7.25/hour ditch digger working 5 hours a month can be salaried non-exempt.
    Totally agree 100% with you. There is no non-exempt salaried duties are pay test as long as the employer is paying OT for any hours over 40 in a workweek to this group.

    https://www.payroll-taxes.com/articl...ry-calculation

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    I am getting a bit confused.

    Is it non-exempt = entitled to overtime and exempt = not entitled to overtime, or is it the opposite?
    The EEs are Salaried NON-Exempt.

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    Please feel free to provide a link to the law you speak of.

    What do you think the "non-exempt" part applies to?

    The $47,476 applies to the minimum Salary an exempt EE mus earn. But no it actually doesn't because that amount was struck down by the courts during the Obama administration.
    Already posted the law. But since you missed it here it is again.

    https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-id...e29.3.541_1100

    Quote Quoting llworking
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    I am getting a bit confused.

    Is it non-exempt = entitled to overtime and exempt = not entitled to overtime, or is it the opposite?
    Exempt=not entitled to overtime. Nonexempt=overtime and all other wage laws.

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    The EEs are Salaried NON-Exempt.
    I am sorry, but what does EE signify?

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    I am sorry, but what does EE signify?
    Sorry dropped into HR shorthand.

    EE=Employee
    ER = Employer

    Quote Quoting budwad
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    Already posted the law. But since you missed it here it is again.

    https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-id...e29.3.541_1100
    You posted A law. You did not post one that says what you seem to think it does.

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    Default Re: Hours/Ot Paid for Offsite Event

    Sure it does. You just haven't taken the time to read through it. It's long.

    I'll give you a synopsis. If you are a salaried employee making more than $47,476 per year you are not a nonexempt employee. You are not entitled to overtime. You are exempt from the overtime and wage regulations.

    Contrast that to a wage employee where they are paid for the hours they work. They are nonexempt and entitled to overtime for each hour they work over 40 hours per week.

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    Sure it does. You just haven't taken the time to read through it. It's long.

    I'll give you a synopsis. If you are a salaried employee making more than $47,476 per year you are not a nonexempt employee. You are not entitled to overtime. You are exempt.
    That is not what the law says. I've read that particular law many, many times. Paying someone the minimum amount required to be paid to an exempt and no employer is ever required to claim an employee is exempt. An employer could pay an employee $100,000/hour and when they worked over 40 hours pay $150,000/hour.

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    Sure it does. You just haven't taken the time to read through it. It's long.

    I'll give you a synopsis. If you are a salaried employee making more than $47,476 per year you are not a nonexempt employee. You are not entitled to overtime. You are exempt from the overtime and wage regulations.

    Contrast that to a wage employee where they are paid for the hours they work. They are nonexempt and entitled to overtime for each hour they work over 40 hours per week.
    A slight clarification Bud. A salaried employee making more that $47,476 per year is not the only qualification to be exempt. The type of position matters as well. Whether or not there is a union contract matters. And an employer can still choose to pay overtime if overtime is worked.

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    I guess you don't understand the difference between a salaried position and a wage position .

    If an employer wants to pay an employee $100,000 per hour on a wage payment instead of salary well that's their choice.

    It doesn't change a thing about what we are addressing here..

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