Salary Exemption to Minimum and Overtime Wages

In last week’s blog, I described I case I had involving a night dispatcher who complained about minimum and overtime wage violations.  In that situation, the tow company thought they didn’t have to pay either minimum or overtime wages because he paid the dispatcher a salary of $300.00. But just paying a salary, without more, does not make the employee exempt from minimum and overtimes wages.
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By |2018-08-27T09:41:41+00:00August 27th, 2018|Human Resources|0 Comments

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