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  • salary and hourly position in CA

    I just want to know who is get salary position.

    Our company,beverage manufacturer, Everybody is hourly position, so I have to pay too much overtime.

    Do I have to pay salary to machine operator?

    Please let me know.


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    It's hard to say because I don't have any information other than the job title. But, based on a typical machine operator job, it is non-exempt and eligible for overtime. You can learn more about the qualifications to be exempt from overtime by looking at the DOL website. It is:

    Let me know if you have any other questions.
    Lillian Connell

    Forum Moderator


    • #3
      The classification of positions as hourly vs salaried is determined by federal law - the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act. In general, non-management employees in a manufacturing facility would be eligible for overtime. The Department of Labor has specific guidelines based on job descriptions that can help you determine whether your employees qualify for overtime pay. Please let me know if you have any other questions.


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