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  • Massachusetts- timing of non-exempt pay Massachusetts

    We have hired a non-exempt temp worker. All other workers in co are exempt and paid monthly.

    I assume due to the overtime issue that he needs to be paid either weekly or bi-weekly. My question is how long after the week he is being paid for can he actually receive his check. Can it be as long as 3-4 days?

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    Nonexempt employees must be paid no less frequently than biweekly. If they works 5-6 days per week, 6 days following the end of the pay period. 7 days per week, 7 days following the end of the pay period. Less than 5 days per week, 5 days following the end of the pay period.
    Last edited by Pattymd; 08-02-2006, 09:17 AM.
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      Massachusetts- timing of non-exempt pay Massachusetts

      Thanks. That answers it for me. This is a great resource.

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