Employment Law/schedule


Im a Salaried employee been working for my company for 6 years my general manager is asking me to post a schedule with the time im  in and out is this right?


There is nothing inherently unlawful about the employer requiring you simply to post a schedule, although  under some circumstances it can be a factor in leading a government agency to suspect that you may really be a non-exempt hourly employee.  I would need to know more about your situation to give you additional specific advice on this question.  For example, are you still being paid the same no matter how many hours you work? If so, then the schedule issue is not likely to change your status as an exempt salaried employee.  

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Frank C. Magill


I can answer questions about any U.S. labor or employment law question. I cannot answer questions about non-US law. I am not a specialist in employee benefit law (ERISA and HIPAA) or Workers' Compensation law, but will do my best to point questioners toward good resources availabe online. Expertise includes, without limitation, EEO/Affirmative Action/Employment discrimination (Title VII, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Americans With Disabilities Act, GINA, Fair Credit Reporting Act as applied to employment); Fair Labor Standards Act; Texas labor code; Family Medical Leave Act; employee compensation; discipline and dismissal; force reductions, severance pay programs and administration; collective bargaining, union representation, grievances and arbitration, National Labor Relations Act and National Labor Relations Board; employee handbooks; staffing; dispute resolution outside of traditional labor agreements; employee communications; employment policies and compliance programs; codes of ethics; employment or labor litigation.


30+ years experience as corporate counsel for a Fortune 100 telecom company, specializing in labor and employment law issues. In addition to providing day-to-day advice to my company's internal HR leadership and staff, I've represented the company in numerous labor arbitration cases and at the bargaining table.

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