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Salaried employees and their employers must follow certain rules, which primarily concern unallowable salary deductions, absence of required workweek schedules and ineligibility for overtime pay, notes the U.S. Departmen... More »

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The Fair Labor Standards Act governs payment to salaried employees, including issues of overtime and absences. The Department of Labor administers federal laws related to salaried workers. More »

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In general, salaried employees are not considered eligible for overtime pay, but that rule depends on the amount of money the salaried employee makes; American workers who earn a salary that breaks down to less than $455... More »

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