January 2017
Compensating Employees Who Perform Exempt and Non-Exempt Work

It is not uncommon for employees to seek opportunities to make money by picking up extra shifts at their current employer – even if those shifts have different duties or have different rates of pay. This raises questions regarding the proper treatment, classification, and compensation of employees performing both non-exempt and exempt work, as well as how to properly calculate pay for non-exempt employees in this situation. 

Labor and Employment attorney, Robert Hingula, represents management and helps clients avoid employment related disputes before they enter the courtroom. He has experience in both state and federal court and with state and federal agencies. 

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