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Jonathan Siegel Discusses Classification of Exempt and Nonexempt Workers in FLSA Audits

  • June 12, 2018
  • From SHRM

Jonathan Siegel discusses how employers can conduct FLSA audits to ensure accurate classification of exempt and nonexempt workers in "Rely on Interviews, Not Job Descriptions, for FLSA Audits," published by SHRM.

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