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President Obama's re-election increases the likelihood that new regulations will require employers to maintain written justifications for exempt-nonexempt decisions. Here's some guidance on how much nonexempt work an exempt employee can perform. Exempt work has to be the primary duty of an exempt employee. How can you make sure exempt employees are fulfilling this requirement? A useful guide is the percentage of time spent performing exempt work. Employees who spend more than 50 percent of their time performing exempt work will generally satisfy the primary duty requirement.
Posted by Karolynn on February 13, 2013 Under | Tags: Employees
Minimize your exposure to wrongful-termination claims by following these six steps