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What can we do about employees working overtime without authorization?


Q: "If we notify employees that they are not to have overtime, do we have to pay them if they work anything over 40 hours? We advised that any overtime must be approved prior to any time being worked; however we have employees who are choosing not to adhere to the 40 hour limit. Also, can we legally change all clerical staff to salary positions?” - Krista, Connecticut


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