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Old 05-17-2018, 09:03 AM
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Originally Posted by rickboat View Post
A company cannot move someone from hourly with overtime to salary, not pay overtime, and not have any management responsibilities. In fact, just because someone is salary does not mean they don't qualify for overtime. They have to be "exempt", vs. "non-exempt". If a company moves someone from an hourly position to an exempt salaried position, without any management responsibilities, and doesn't pay overtime for overtime worked, they're in big trouble with the governmental agencies.

This (and the post immediately above it) is correct.
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