I know that being "salaried" is a method of payment. i.e. meaning exempt and getting no overtime.
I have an employer who will not pay "salaried" employees overtime for hours over 40 (or 50 or 80 or whatever) but will DOCK their pay if they work LESS than 40.
Is this legal?
Two people have told me the following:
1. In PA, salaried employees are required to work 50 hours a week.
2. The only a "management position" i.e. managing people can be a salaried position and they just can't designate any position as salaried to avoid OT.
3. Salaried means you work when and how long they say and you don't get OT and they can dock your pay.