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Thread: Exempt or Non-Exempt status? New York

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    Default Exempt or Non-Exempt status? New York

    I work in Financial firm as computer tech support ( support investment bankers and traders) and is on salary doing 10hr/day (standard hrs everyday) and any extra hour worked over 10hrs is paid as straight pay ( company would called this extra pay as "hardship" NOT "OT" and not 1.5x pay . with the job I do..am i considered as a non-exempt or exempt employee?

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    Computer tech support is normally non-exempt (paid overtime required), but take a hard look at the following:

    http://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/complian...e_computer.htm
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