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  • I didn't think the FLSA has rules governing vacation.  Can your salaried exempt employees take time off without using Leave time, say for a dental appointment?
  • The only way I've been able to avoid sharing a room is by explaining that I have sleep apnea and other sleep disorders which make it very difficult to sleep with others outside of my family.  My tennis teams often go out of town for competitions and…
  • I am an HR director at a small public university and I have yet to work for any employer over the last 20 years who did not require employees to share hotel rooms.  Most of the time if you want a single room, you have to pay the difference.
  • It's my understanding that Federal regs allow employers to withhold to recoup cash advances made to the employee, and in cases when an employee is convicted of or admits to misappropriation of funds. The problem is that excluding these two situatio…
  • The only time I've withheld a check is when a manager resigned and did not return company property, including a corp credit card. I discovered he had run up over $6,000 in charges on the card and had failed to pay them. Even though we had the card…
  • Agree. We had a similar situation where there was a problem with ADP and none of the direct deposits got into the banks on time. Not only did we make good on all overages and over draft charges for all returned checks for employees who could provi…
  • Yes, if you dock for less than a full week it is my understanding that in essence you are converting that person to hourly status which means you would have to pay him/her for all hours worked that week including overtime for hours worked over 8/40.
  • [font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON 04-02-04 AT 11:21AM (CST)[/font][br][br]My understanding is you can only dock exempt employees because of serious safety violations. But it sounds as though you're not really docking, but setting a term…
  • Federal law says you can withhold if the employee admits to or is convicted of misappropriation of company funds. Don't know about Nevada law.