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What is the difference between an exempt and nonexempt employee?

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What is the difference between an exempt and nonexempt employee?

Exempt employees are exempt from overtime. They generally perform executive, administrative, or professional jobs. They also regularly exercise discretion and independent judgment on the job. Nonexempt employees are generally paid hourly. They are entitled to overtime, meal and rest breaks, and must be paid the minimum wage.

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