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  • DAW
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    I am going to assume that you are talking about an Exempt Salaried employee. If not, please re-ask your question and provide more information. The Exempt Salaried rules are 29 CFR 541.602. According to those the rules, the "initial" and "terminal" weeks of employment only can be paid on a proportional basis. Your starting point is look at the pay period salary. All federal (FLSA) rules are based on the pay period. If you were to take number of days worked divided by number of working days in the pay period times the pay period salary, you would have a pretty good answer.

    http://www.dol.gov/dol/allcfr/ESA/Ti...CFR541.602.htm

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  • taffy57
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    Exempt employee terminal wages in MN Minnesota

    How do I determine what I should pay an exempt employee for terminal wages? The pay period was the 16th through the 31st. She started work on the 16th, worked the three days of that week remaining (Weds, Thurs, Fri), worked Monday thru Friday the following week, but when called on Saturday to relieve an ill employee when no other employees could fill in (her managerial responsibility), she chose to quit. She would have received comp time, for time worked, had she come to work. Do I pay her for 10 days based on 365 days per year? It was her first pay period. Hope that is not too vague! Thanks. I guess my question is, how many days do I owe her for? Do I owe her for weekends? Do I owe her for the day she did not work, but quit instead?
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