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Step 1: Determine the Organization's Compensation Philosophy. Step 2: Conduct a Job Analysis. Step 3: Group into Job Families. Step 4: Rank Positions Using a Job Evaluation Method. Point method. Ranking method. Step 5: Conduct Market Research. Step 6: Create Job Grades.
Yes, you have to pay employees for training. The question is, how much. In some states, it may be less than minimum wage. Federal law sets certain minimum standards, but states and localities may enact provisions that are more generous to employees, and there is considerable variation among the states.
In many states including Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Virginia, and New York students who work for universities are legally eligible to receive less than the state minimum wage when working on campus. They also have a cap on the number of hours they can work, usually no more than 20 in one week.
Yes, you have to pay employees for training. The question is, how much. In some states, it may be less than minimum wage. Federal law sets certain minimum standards, but states and localities may enact provisions that are more generous to employees, and there is considerable variation among the states.
There also are circumstances in which an employer may pay less than minimum wage. An intern does not have to be compensated if he or she is not considered an employee or the employer is exempt. This applies primarily to students who intern at businesses. The training is for the benefit of the trainees or students.
Restaurants are required to pay their wait staff what is known as the tipped-minimum wage, which is $2.13 per hour. But even when the tips don't make up that difference, waiters still make no less than the federal minimum wage because restaurants are legally required to pay the rest.
Under the FLSA, covered employers are allowed to pay employees under the age of 20 a youth minimum wage of no less than $4.25 an hour for the limited period of 90 days. If an employee turns 20 during the 90 day period, their pay must be raised to no less than the applicable minimum wage.
Under federal law, if part of your compensation comes from tips, then your employer can pay you significantly less than the minimum wage, as long as your hourly wage plus the average amount that you earn from tips equals the minimum wage.
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