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Question:Management recently told all my organization’s non-exempt employees
that they would no longer be paid for coming in for “on call” emergency
situations. There would be no need to clock in as it will be considered
“volunteered” time. The time can’t be credited to comp time either.
This seems illegal to me all around. Anyone have any thoughts on this?—T.A., Iowa
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