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    Please confirm:

    Superintendent is salary-exempt
    Superintendent only works 3 days versus 5 days because his job is complete.
    Are we required to pay him the other 2 days?
    He did not work the 2 days because his job is complete.
    If he has PTO, we pay him that.
    If he does not have PTO we dock him.

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    Reference http://www.laborlawtalk.com/showthread.php?t=301820
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      As you've been told over and over and over again, docking is illegal in this case. Posting this issue over and over and over again doesn't change the law, it just makes you look childish and unwilling to take responsibility for obeying said law.

      Quit wasting our time.

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      • #4
        Oh my goodness! I certainly am taking your advice - just needed clarification on a few things. Did not mean to upset you and do not want to waste your time.

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          Superintendent is salary-exempt
          Superintendent only works 3 days versus 5 days because his job is complete.
          Are we required to pay him the other 2 days?
          He did not work the 2 days because his job is complete.
          If he has PTO, we pay him that.
          If he does not have PTO we dock him. .


          Yes. You are required to pay him the other two days. If you do not want to pay employees when their job is complete, you MUST pay him as non-exempt and pay the subsequent overtime.

          You do not get to have it both ways. Either he is exempt and gets his FULL salary EVERY week unless he VOLUNTARILY takes time off, or he is non-exempt and gets paid overtime.

          I hope that this is now quite clear to you. If you have been paying him as exempt and then docking him when the job is complete, you have been violating the law.
          The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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