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Self-audit checklist for administrative exemption

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Alice Gilman

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So here we are at the beginning of May. Sooner (or maybe later) the Department of Labor will release its long awaited regulations increasing the weekly amount employees must earn to be exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Last week, we offered a checklist you could use to review the status of your executives. This week, we’re offering a checklist you can use to test the status of your administrative employees. But the caveat is the same: No checklist can ever fully cover any white collar exemption under the FLSA. It is, however, a good place to start as you evaluate your workforce.

Next week, we’re off to the American Payroll Association’s 34th Annual Congress. Hope to see you there!

Who’s an FLSA exempt administrator?

Exempt administrators work to support the primary business. The duties test for the administrative exemption requires a two-step analysis. First, determine what type of work administrators perform...(register to read more)

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