Q. Some of our full-time, salaried employees have to put in a lot of extra time for off-hours meetings and additional workload responsibilities. Is it legal to give these employees extra time off from work?
A. If the employees are exempt, it is legal to provide extra time off from work, assuming it does not affect their salaries. You should be consistent in how you award extra time off and not favor certain employees over others, all things being equal.