True or false? When you are a salaried employee, there is no need to track your hours.
Answer: False. If you think that’s wrong, it’s because it was kind of a trick question. Some salaried employees don’t really need to track their time, while others do. The key is in what kind of salaried employee you are.
If you’re salaried exempt, it means you’re not subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act requirement for overtime pay. So, whether you work 30 hours or 60 hours in a week, your paycheck is exactly the same. Therefore, you don’t need to track your hours worked in order to figure out a paycheck. (Your boss can, of course, require you to track your hours anyway, and may require it.)
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