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Non-Exempt Employee

The Federal Government defines a non-exempt employee as a worker that is protected by the minimum wage and/or overtime compensation rules and regulations of the Department of Labor.

Fair Labor Standards Act – HR Compliance

06/11/2015

The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA) promulgates rules related to minimum wages, compensation related to overtime, and recordkeeping requirements.  The Act also defines the terms ‘Exempt’ and ‘Non-Exempt’ employees related to [...]

Direct Form of Compensation – Four Different Types

02/07/2015

There are four different types of direct compensation for employees.  These include: 1) Hourly Compensation, 2) Salaries, 3) Commissions and 4) Bonuses.  There is some misinformation related to direct compensation as this subject relates to owners [...]

Exempt and Non-Exempt Employees

12/09/2013

The Federal Labor Standards Act of 1938 sets the standards as it relates to Exempt and Non-Exempt employees and their associated compensation and work standards.  The Labor Standards Act is located in Chapter 20 Section 201 of the Federal Code.  [...]