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    ? for salaried employees. help

    Ok I need your help here.. If your on salary for lets say 30k a year and you get paid weekly how much will you take home a week if you claim only 1. And will that amount differ depending on how many hours you work? Like will you get paid less if you work under a certain amount of hours? Thanks guys..
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    generally if you are a salaried employee you no longer have a time clock to keep track of how many hours you work. It is just expected that you show up on time and leave on time.

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    basically, when you are salaried, you give up the ability so say "na i don't want to come in". Your time is now the companies time. That is why you have to be careful accepting a salaried position.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ponchovilla
    basically, when you are salaried, you give up the ability so say "na i don't want to come in". Your time is now the companies time. That is why you have to be careful accepting a salaried position.


    :yes: a lot of people are under the misconception that this works both ways, saying well I want to leave early, its ok im salery. Yeah, No. This is not the case. your time is now OWNED by the company.


    /me cries
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    I took a job once(when i first got out of Culinary school) that offered me a salaried position. Money seemed great. 2 fired people later i had to redo the schedule. I had to fill in the missing slots. my hours to pay had me getting 7.00 an hour. lol
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    If your still punching a time clock on Salary, you better look into that with your HR department, because that's just not right.

    Now I know all state laws are different but, don't you technically have to have somebody as your inferior to be on salary? I could be wrong there though.
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    well its 5 day 50-55 hour work weeks... 1 week paid vacation every 6 months, and health insurance... base salary is 30k with 6k additional in bonus potential which breaks down to $1,500.00 every three months in bonus bringing my yearly total to 36k.....and they pay weekly so im trying to figure out how much I would get weekly after taxes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ponchovilla
    basically, when you are salaried, you give up the ability so say "na i don't want to come in". Your time is now the companies time. That is why you have to be careful accepting a salaried position.
    you also give up any overtime that you may get...
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    Quote Originally Posted by IronChef
    well its 5 day 50-55 hour work weeks... 1 week paid vacation every 6 months, and health insurance... base salary is 30k with 6k additional in bonus potential which breaks down to $1,500.00 every three months in bonus bringing my yearly total to 36k.....and they pay weekly so im trying to figure out how much I would get weekly after taxes...
    did you try the paycheck calculator i gave you the link to?
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