details of being Salary / "exempt" employee ????greenspun.com : LUSENET : Law Of The Workplace : One Thread
My employeer has asked me to start to log all work done after hours as well as clock in and out each time I leave and enter the building. As I understand that being a Salary employee makes me "excempt" from having to do any of this..... correct?? I just want to make sure I am covered by State Law if this escalates and my job becomes at stake. Thank you for your help..
-- Paul Ocker (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 29, 2004
true but they are asking me to track my After hours works as well. That is the point if I am exempt then they can ask me to track my after hours work. If they do request this log and I don't produce it I will loose my job?? I think that this falls under two different situations... and they will have to pay all the back hours if they ask me track them, and I do not. They will let me go and then it becomes a whistleblower case, if I understand the law correctly..
-- ppp (email@example.com), February 10, 2004.
I believe it means that you work 40 hours a week and you are exempt from any overtime. Which means if you work overtime, you don't get paid
-- John Webber (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 10, 2004.