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Salaried employees are paid a fixed amount for a fixed time period. Salaried
employees have an even cash flow. Compensation surveys find salaried employees
the most satisfied. Hourly employees earnings vary because of a holiday or
having to a doctor's visit, and they are less happy because it is more
difficult to plan cash flow..

Salaried employees are paid a performance bonus or a project bonus. It is rare
to pay a salaried person extra for extra hours reported as worked. Compensation
surveys find that employees paid for overtime hours stretch work into overtime
to avoid going home to the family, dirty house, or boredom.

It is common to do some extra when a salaried employee is coverage, they are
nailed to a cell phone. Many employees would rather save the extras till they
have a day and take a longer vacation or a 3 day weekend. This fall apart if
the employer attempts to control when earned time can be taken.

Ben Akiba wrote:

> Hi, all.
>
> I just need an idea about some practices out there. Is
> it common to pay overtime to salaried employees? What
> are other solutions for compensating for overtime
> worked. Thoughts? Opinions?
>
> Ben
>
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