Friday, October 31, 2008

[TechRepublic] Are salaried employees entitled to overtime pay?

October 31, 2008

Are salaried employees entitled to overtime pay?

IT CareerIt's a common assumption that salaried workers can be asked to work overtime without being compensated extra. Career blogger Toni Bowers says that assumption is not always true. Do you think salaried employees should be eligible for overtime pay?

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TechRepublic SolutionBase: Expanding storage options with Windows Storage Server

Download this TechRepublic Resource Guide to learn what you'll find in Windows Storage Server to help solve storage issues in Windows Server 2003. (Dell EquaLogic)

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