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    r states that i'm salary and do not receive any overtime pay or comp. time. Is this allowed. Thanks
    Last edited by jbk2000; 02-13-2008, 07:42 PM.

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    "Salaried" is just a payment method and does not mean much by itself. "Exempt Salaried" employees have no legal expectation of ever being paid overtime. "Non-Exempt Salaried" employees generally must be paid overtime.

    Legally comp time is a function of certain Non-Exempt governmental employees only and is given instead of paid overtime. Some employers choose to use comp time in regards to Exempt Salaried employees but this is never a legal requirement.
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      If you'd like an opinion as to whether or not you are exempt (which would mean, no legal entitlement to overtime pay), you'll have to tell us what you do in your job. Not your title, but your daily tasks.
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        Also what your employer's line of business is. That sometimes also makes a difference.
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