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    I am a salaried worker in Nebraska running a Motel as a Manager. I am required to work anywhere from 24 to 32 hours as a desk clerk which is normally an hourly position but I still get my salary. My question is, if there ever became a time that I could not do all of my Management functions because of the time I spent working the desk, and was terminated because of my poor performance as a Manager, do I have any legal recourse?

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    No. It would be foolish of the employer to do that, but it would not be illegal.
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