Re: legal experts: salaried exempt vs. non-exempt employees
I'm not a legal scholar, but this doesn't make much sense to me. I always thought the whole point of having salaried workers was that companies knew their labor costs. If the employee can finish their assignments in less than 40 hours, then they "win" and maybe duck out early on Fridays...if not, the work is stil done but the company doesn't incur extra expense for it. In exchange for that guarantee, company continues to pay employee even during reasonable absences.
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