One of the biggest, if not the biggest, misconception about wage law is that you don't need to pay overtime to salaried employees. Afterall, isn't that the point of a salary, consistent pay no matter the hours? But, alas, some salaried employees are entitled to overtime pay and you need to make sure you, as the employer, are handling this correctly. We will discuss how to determine if a salaried employee is entitled to overtime (or not) and, if so, how to pay it.
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