I Am Going Places with This Company

When I decided to go back to school, I was able to finish my degree in record time. I received good grades and was offered a position at a local company even before I graduated. I worked there for a few years, but I realized that I had reached my potential there. I wanted a job where I could advance, but I was not certain on how to go about finding one of them. A friend suggested that I do a search for asset finance vacancies, and that is how I found The Oakland Partnership. This is a company that has changed my life, and I will forever be grateful to them for that. I was assigned to a specific recruiter, and he was able to help me a good bit with finding the job that I am in right now. I really liked that the site is so comprehensive

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Posted by author - November 21, 2013 at 5:36 am

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Started Looking for a New Job

of course I am going to be quiet about this at work, but most of the people there know that I am unhappy and I have been putting my name up for places that do sales recruitment in bristol. The job itself is pretty good for the most part, until you get involved with my immediate superiors. I make good money and I have good benefits. In fact I like the boss a good deal and he knows how I feel about things. The problem is with his son and his son in law. The two of them have decided that I am sort of a prize that they want to fight over. Now in effect the two of them are in competition. The company is divided into two divisions which do not really collaborate very much if at all. They were originally separate companies, but at some point the

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Posted by author - November 8, 2013 at 9:36 pm

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Get Exemptions for Your Employees

Many times, companies will tell their employees that they can not provide the training to them that they need to carry out their jobs because they cost money and it is the bottom line that is often the reason. I was talking to my friends and they were telling me that they were looking at camp negotiation institute to help their employees get the training they need. As business owners we are always trying to get exemptions for our employees at work, with their managers so that the employees can find the time to go to the training. I like to work with my managers to be able to schedule my employee training so that they are still going to be able to carry out their daily work without disrupting too much of the process

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Posted by author - October 2, 2013 at 12:46 am

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Would You Like to Be Non Exempt?

You have heard about salary exempt and salary non exempt, and basically you get baffled which is more favorable. Should I be under this classification or that? Making your mind up on the benefits that would suit you more can be a daunting task. In this article, though we will talk about a bit of salary exempt, we will focus more on salary non exempt. Let us look into what it really is and what it means to belong in that category. Workers or employees who fall under this classification are not exempted from Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) rules and regulations, hence the term non exempt. They should be paid accordingly with the required minimum hourly pay and be compensated for the corresponding extra time worked on. Workers or employees with salary non exempt are paid on a fixed basis and when they work more than 40 hours a

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Posted by Admin - October 16, 2012 at 2:43 pm

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What is a Salary Exempt Employee?

A salary exempt or salaried exempt employee receives compensation for his or her work on a salary basis and is exempt from the overtime pay provisions according to the Fair Labor Standards Act and as based on the employee’s main job responsibilities. In general, salary exempt employees are those in the professional, executive, managerial, and administrative job categories since their work is involved in their employers’ business operations and management. Additionally, some occupations in the IT industry and outside sales people are also exempted among others. The regulations and classification criteria set forth by the FLSA are complex, but basically, to be classified as an exempt employee, one must be capable of utilizing their own judgment in carrying out most of their responsibilities in a company. A salary exempt employee does not get paid for overtime hours, but is tasked to work as many or few hours required in order

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Posted by Admin - October 15, 2012 at 6:19 pm

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Determining the Exempt vs Nonexempt Employee

To determine the exempt vs nonexempt employee, exempt employees are those exempted from federal and state overtime laws, as well as minimum wage laws, while nonexempt employees are those that should be compensated for each hour of work they do overtime. The FLSA or Fair Labor Standard Acts of the federal government, as well as the provisions of all the 50 states are responsible for regulating overtime provisions. The state and federal provisions for exempt vs nonexempt employee concerning the classification of jobs are very broad. Basically however, there are key differences in the application of the overtime and wage laws regarding exempt vs nonexempt employee types. Nonexempt employees are compensated for all worked hours, which also includes additional compensation for extra hours worked. They are guaranteed overtime pay when they work in excess of the standard 40 hour work week. They should likewise take meal and rest breaks and

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Posted by Admin - October 15, 2012 at 6:00 pm

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What is an Exempt Employee?

An exempt employee is an employee that is exempted from overtime and minimum wage laws as stated by the FLSA or Federal Labor Standards Act. Based on the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hours Division, only professional, administrative, executive, and outside salespeople may be exempted from the overtime and minimum wage requirements. In general and based on the legal definition above, an exempt employee can usually be found in supervisory, managerial, administrative, professional, product development, and marketing positions. The exempt individual is expected by employers to do their work without specific hours just as long as they get their job done. Because of this, exempt workers have very flexible work schedules compared to hourly employees or non-exempt employees. The exempt employee is typically compensated on a salary basis, wherein they get a yearly salary evenly distributed between a year’s compensation periods as determined by the employer. They don’t however qualify

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Posted by Admin - October 15, 2012 at 4:38 pm

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