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Classifying Employees as Exempt or Non-Exempt
Maintain FLSA Compliance with Proper Employee Classification
Are your employees “exempt” or “non-exempt”? It depends on a number of factors.
Some jobs are excluded from FLSA coverage altogether: jobs specifically excluded in the statute itself and jobs governed by another specific federal labor law.
For jobs that are covered by the FLSA, some employees are exempt from the overtime pay provisions or both the minimum wage and overtime pay provisions. For more details about exemptions, visit the Department of Labor’s “Handy Reference Guide to the Fair Labor Standards Act.” To check the exact terms and conditions for exemptions, consult your local Wage and Hour Division (WHD) office.
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