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When an employee’s workload depends entirely on someone else’s, can we vary pay?


Q: “We are a medical practice and have salaried professionals (CRNAs) on staff. When the physician is not working the CRNA is not working, but is still getting paid because she is a salaried employee. I understand that we cannot decrease her pay, right? If not, are there other options that we have?” – Barbara, Virginia


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