In over 20 years in this business, with 10+ as a
consultant I have been paid overtime twice (once as a
contractor when I got paid for each hr worked, work 30
get paid for 30, work 60 get paid for 60, and once
when I worked for a national consulting firm got paid
straight time for any "billables" over 40 with clients
consent (comany charged them 1 1/2, I got paid 1x).

Never saw it as an issue, it "was my job mon", as Bob
Marley would say
--- "Kenneth H. Werner" <KHWerner@prodigy.net> wrote:
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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:
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> > 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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