The Administrative Exemption

What is the administrative exemption? The administrative exemption is a qualification under both state and federal law which exempts certain employees from receiving overtime wages. Read on to find out more about the requirements for the administrative exemption.

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What is an exempt employee?

Exempt employees are workers who are not guaranteed overtime pay or minimum wage. If you are classified as an exempt employee, read on to find out whether your employer has classified you incorrectly.

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Executive Exemption

Executive exemption is an employee qualification, used in both state and federal labor laws, which deems an employee ineligible for overtime pay. To qualify for executive exemption, the employee must first meet certain wage and salary requirements. Under both state and federal law, the employee must always be paid on a salary, not hourly basis. Federal executive exemption rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act place minimum salary requirements at $455 per week. Many states require higher minimum salary levels to be met in order to qualify for executive exemption.

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