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Can you have different vacation policies for exempt versus non-exempt employees?

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Answered 2011-10-03 07:51:33

It is not a good policy to provide different benefits to different employees regardless of their employment status (exempt, non exempt, full time, part time). A good rule is to give vacation after a specific number of days had been worked.

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