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Can an Exempt Employee Leave Early From Work Without Being Charged Leave Balances?
by Thaweesak Suksuwan in Business
The question of time off for employees on salary -- specifically employees exempt from the wage and hour provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act -- is a frequent source of confusion among managers. The general rule, however, is that you cannot dock a salaried employee's pay for partial day absences. You may, however, charge time against a cumulative paid time off, vacation or sick leave bank.

How to Calculate FMLA Leave Allotment for a Reduced Schedule Leave
by protagonist in Business
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) applies to any private employer with 50 or more employees within 75 miles of the business. According to this act, employees who have worked at least 1250 hours for the business in the last 12 months are allowed up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave in a 12-month period. You can calculate FMLA on your own to decide whether or not you may be eligible under a "qualifying

Do Exempt Employees Have to Claim Leave Time When They Leave Early?
by HtW in Personal Finance
An employer can treat you as an exempt employee -- one who is not entitled to overtime pay -- if you meet certain criteria determined by the Department of Labor. Exempt employees typically are also salaried employees and are paid the same amount regardless of the number of hours worked. Few labor laws cover exempt employees, but the DOL does have laws that dictate under what circumstances an emplo

Is It Safe to Leave a Radiant Oil Heater on When You Leave Home?
by lewing in Home & Garden
Radiant oil heaters use electricity to heat oil inside a series of coils and fins similar in design to an old-style radiator. Because the heat is dispersed through the oil, the oil-filled heater does not get as hot as forced air or traditional radiant heaters, but most manufacturers urge caution when it comes to leaving the heater unattended. Manufacturer RecommendationsAs with any appliance, s

Can I Come Back to Work After Two Weeks & Then Take the Leave Later for the Family Leave Act?
by HokieGeek in Business
First passed in 1993, the Family and Medical Leave Act, or FMLA, is a federal law that allows employees meeting certain requirements to take time off for family- and health-related matters, such as giving birth, adopting a child or caring for an elderly relative. The Department of Labor states the law was created to help you balance your work and family responsibilities, but also tend to the busin

Family Medical Leave & Use of Personal Leave
by HidingInABunker in Business
The United States Department of Labor interprets and enforces laws and guidelines associated with the Family and Medical Leave Act. The laws allow employees to work with their employers to use other forms of leave to extend the amount of time they take off from work during FMLA leave. EligibilityIf organizations employ 50 or more employees within a 75 mile radius, they must allow their employee

Family Leave & Medical Leave Procedures
by Ben in Business
Employers each have their own policies regarding family and medical leaves for employees. However, public sector employers and businesses with 50 or more employees must follow the procedures of the Family and Medical Leave Act. The FMLA also covers teachers in public and private schools. The FMLA requires employers to grant up to 12 weeks per year of unpaid leave and protects an employee's job sta

Time Off for Medical Leave Under the Family Leave Law
by qba73 in Legal
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was enacted in 1994 to protect the jobs of covered employees under certain medical situations. In most cases, an employee’s job, rank and salary are protected for up to 12 weeks if the employee must take a leave of absence for a personal illness or the illness of an immediate family member. Employees generally will have to meet specific criteria to be cov

What to Leave for a Pet Sitter When You Leave
by iMelnik in Pets
When you hire someone to look after your pet while you are out of town, be sure you have given your pet sitter everything she will need. Even if you will be gone for only a day or two, leave food, medicine, emergency information and other basics. Knowing that your pet is getting proper care will put your mind at ease and allow you to enjoy your vacation or focus on the agenda that has taken you ou

How to Leave an LLC
by DevTim in Business
LLC is an abbreviation for a limited liability company, which is a type of business entity. An LLC can be created by an individual or partners who want to start a business together. If you are in an LLC partnership and want to leave, you need to find out the specific rules and procedures for your state, since regulations for leaving or dissolving an LCC vary by state.Difficulty:ModerateInstruction
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