Common Payroll Misconceptions
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Understand the common misconception about paying employees to ensure that your company is handling them correctly.Many employers have misconceptions about what is actually required to pay employees correctly under federal and state wage and hour laws. There are some who absolutely believe it is illegal to force exempt employees to record their time (it is not) or that if you pay an employee for a holiday, it legally must be included in the overtime calculation (it does not). Other companies are convinced that if they have a policy that states that overtime must be approved in advance or it will not be paid, is perfectly legal not to pay the overtime (it is not). This topic will help you understand the common areas of misconception about paying employees to ensure that your company is handling them correctly.
AuthorsAlma Stewart, CPP
How to Define an FLSA Exempt vs. Nonexempt Employee
• Are All Managers Exempt?
• Are Only Hourly Employees Eligible for Overtime?
• If You Require Exempt Employees to Clock in/out, Do You Have to Pay Overtime?
How to Calculate Overtime
• What Is the Workweek?
• Can the Workweek Change at Any Time?
• Who Decides What Is Considered Work Time?
Determining What Non-Worked Time Must Be Paid
• Do I Have to Pay Employees for Holidays, Sick and Vacation?
• Is Non-Worked Time Used to Calculate Overtime?
• What Other Types of Unproductive Time Must Be Paid?