Originally Posted by vencops
If I'm not mistaken, you're gonna need to prove they have (____) employees they supervise, directly....to put an employee on salary.
If something makes sense in your head, there's a good chance someone else has thought of it. That doesn't make it legal, though.
Salary doesnt make them in a supervisory role.. I worked at a large corporation and there were 4000 salary workers... probably 25% of them were in some form of management... and for the other 3000 seems liked they just checked there email and stood around all day... the hourly workers actually got paid about 30% more on average than the non management types... unions