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05-11-2018 09:34 AM
Lexus
Re: Switching from hourly to salary

In this regard if you suffer much loss in income you can request your employer pay hourly. Most probably they will not allow it as it is up to employer’s discretion.
05-11-2018 07:40 AM
Gotham2
Re: Switching from hourly to salary

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Originally Posted by 51 HTT View Post
Can my employer force me to switch from hourly to salary, or do I have to agree to that first?

Ohio

You also have to meet the definition of a salaried worker such as the fact that you are engaged in some kind of managerial work, or professional work, or other such factors.
At some point the employer might be required to reclassify you from one group to the other.

If you have an HR dept, meet with them to discuss what this all means for you and why.
05-10-2018 02:41 PM
adjusterjack
Re: Switching from hourly to salary

The employer does not need your consent to switch you from hourly to salary.

Beef about it and you'll probably get fired.
05-10-2018 05:56 AM
51 HTT
Switching from hourly to salary

Can my employer force me to switch from hourly to salary, or do I have to agree to that first?

Ohio

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