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    I am a sole proprietor dentist with 3 employees, receptionist (non-exempt), dental assistant (non-exempt), hygienist (exempt).
    All employees are part-time.
    The office is open 3 days a week, 8-5:00,
    Each employee has a 1 hour lunch break.
    Occasionally, an employee might work until 5:20pm.
    How can overtime pay be avoided for current employees?
    How can overtime pay be avoided with future employees?

    Thank you in advance.

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    You can read about the process regarding an AWS here.

    Having said that, though, I don't know why your two nonexempt employees would agree to it. Since they don't work 40 hours a week anyway, why would they forgo daily overtime? I see upside for you but no upside for them to vote this in. Just sayin'.
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      Patty, did you leave a link re AWS. If so, I can't see it.
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        Oops.
        http://www.dir.ca.gov/IWC/IWCArticle4.pdf
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