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Are Your Sales Employees Properly Classified as Exempt?

Many employers treat their sales employees as exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act's overtime and minimum wage requirements. Regardless of whether they pay them a salary, commissions, or some combination of both,...more

Wage and Hour Laws - Are Your Employees Exempt or Non-Exempt?

Labor and employment lawyers expect the Department of Labor to increase the number of audits it conducts this year. To protect your business from lawsuits, fines and fees, you should review your exempt and non-exempt job...more

Inside Sales Exemption Poorly Understood by Many Employers

Over the past decade, employers have faced a continuing stream of claims alleging that employees have been misclassified as exempt from overtime compensation rules, as well as state laws regarding meal periods and rest...more

Exempt or Non-Exempt? The Ten Most Common Employee Classification Pitfalls Faced by Nonprofits

In this presentation: - How to find and fix common misclassification errors - Common exemptions from the FLSA – Independent contractors – Commissioned salespersons – Seasonal employees – Computer...more

New California Law Affects Commission-Paid Employees

Beginning January 1, 2013, a new California law requires that employees who are paid on commission must be provided a written contract which sets forth the method by which the commission shall be computed and paid. This new...more

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