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    Can my company require me to attend training or meetings without compensation?

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    There is no such thing as "100% commission" for inside salespersons without taking into consideration hours worked (which mandatory training is). However, as long as you receive at least minimum wage for all hours worked (and overtime when applicable), the basic wage and hour law has been complied with.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Pattymd View Post
      There is no such thing as "100% commission" for inside salespersons without taking into consideration hours worked (which mandatory training is). However, as long as you receive at least minimum wage for all hours worked (and overtime when applicable), the basic wage and hour law has been complied with.
      Interesting...all the people I work with thought that they could not be pulled off the sales floor to attend a 6 hour training at the corp office (in town) without compensation and or mileage, or even attend on their day off.

      Thank you for the reply

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      • #4
        They're wrong; there is no law which says that.

        http://www.dol.gov/compliance/guide/...e.htm#BasicPro
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