Are there any daily or weekly limits on the amount of hours a salaried employee can be made to work?
Can employees be required to be available 24/7, including weekends? Are there any limits at all?
Can they require 16-18 hours per day?
Is there any point where this becomes a health/safety issue?
What if the amount of hours dilutes the pay until its less than minimum wage?
Answered on: 5/09/13, 10:55 am by Kenneth Love
Same answer as before. Minimum wage and overtime do not apply to salaried workers.
The point where it becomes a health issue is completely on a case by case basis. And, yes salaried workers can be asked to be on call 24/7
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