I received the following email from a reader:
All of our employees (exempt & non-exempt) receive vacation time. We have an issue with how some of our exempt employees report their vacation hours. If they answer (literally) an email or a phone call while on vacation, they consider that day a “working day” and do not use their vacation time.
I can find a lot of information regarding deducting pay from an exempt employee, but not regarding deducting vacation time.
Your employees are acting like they’ve found the brilliant loophole of vacation time. Spend 3 minutes every day reading an email and they never have to come into work again. Brilliant! Except, that’s not how this works.
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