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    Sep 20, 2010, 06:51 PM
    Salary vs Hourly
    I classified as salary but I read that if your hour change to work load you are not salary, example my schedule changes 3 times per year due to level of business. 13 weeks I work 48 hrs / 13 weeks I work 60 hours and 26 weeks I work 54 hrs am I stilled classified as Salary since I'm a manager
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    Sep 20, 2010, 07:13 PM

    Not sure what country you are in, but in the US, yes, the number of hours you work can change every week if they want,
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    Oct 6, 2010, 06:43 AM

    You are classified as salaried exempt if you are a manager and meet the exempt requirements no matter how many hours you work.

    This would be true whether you worked 10 hours or 50 hours.

    Shirley

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