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Is it true that salaried employees are not eligible for overtime?



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Asked by Lpeter, Last updated: Apr 13, 2018

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Donna Nass

Donna Nass

Answered on Apr 12, 2018

The question was not if an "exempt" employee is eligible for overtime.

How an employee is paid, e.i."salaried," does not determine overtime eligibility.

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lpeter

Lpeter

Answered on Apr 13, 2018

False

ÄExempt employees are exempt from the laws requiring overtime, and while exempt employees are paid under the salary basis rule, it is the duties of the position and the level of pay that determines who is exempt from overtime. In other words, it is possible to be salaried as well as non-exempt.
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