Should You Pay Overtime?

November 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov/Dec2009 Practice Management Sol, p7
Academic Journal
The article presents a sample test guidelines in the determination among employee's exemption from minimum wage and overtime pay. Under the exempt status test, one of the requirement is that employees should have been compensated on a salaried basis at a minimum rate of 455 U.S. dollars a week or an hourly rate of at least 27.63 an hour for computer employees. Under administrative exemption, employee's duty should involve performance of office and non-manual work related to management.


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