Can You Ever Legally Deduct Pay from an Exempt Employee?

If there’s one thing I’ve tried to beat into your brains, it’s that you can’t deduct pay from an exempt employee’s paycheck, no matter how much you want to. Well, there are a few exceptions, but they really are a few, and no one is every going to complain about getting too much money.

Anyway, to read about these exceptions, click here: When Can You Legally Deduct Exempt Employee Pay?

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2 thoughts on “Can You Ever Legally Deduct Pay from an Exempt Employee?

  1. Great to see a guideline for the employers to follow to evaluate how exempt employees utilized time to accomplish job and it also emphasizes that these employees are in a sense contractual workers. So the main thing an employers has to set up is time factor of a workweek, i.e. when does the work week start and end, to determine paycheck.

  2. If an employee’s start date was moved back a week due to Houston’s floods does the employer have to pay the exempt employee for that werk?

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