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Ask the Attorney: PTO issues and FLSA compliance

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We asked our expert lawyer to answers a few HR professionals' employment law questions.

Nancy Delogu is a Washington, D.C.-based attorney with Littler Mendelson, the nation’s largest employment law firm. Nancy has extensive experience defending employers in employment disputes before federal and state courts on a variety of workplace issues, including harassment, discrimination, overtime, privacy and disability issues.

Q: “Regarding the FLSA, a salaried exempt computer professional puts in for 16 hours vacation but ends up with 92 actual work hours for the 80-hour pay period. He/she does not delete the vacation hours from their timesheet, and I am being instructed to still take the vacation time from their PTO bank. Of course, I know that this is not fair. However, is this even legal?

“One more FLSA scenario: A salaried exempt employee works 102 actual work hours during an 80-hour pay period. Of course, he/she is p...(register to read more)

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