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2. Employees who take leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act will not be paid for time unless they have earned benefits under the CompanyƊs vacation, sick or disability policy. Their pay will be reduced by the hours missed even if it is less than a full day. 3. Employees who are absent from work for at least a full day for personal reasons other than sickness or disability will not be paid for that day. If an employee is absent for less than a full day for personal reasons, his or her pay will not be reduced, but such absence may be charged against their earned paid leave benefits. 4. Employees who are absent from work for jury duty, attendance as a witness at a trial, or a temporary military leave may have their pay reduced by the amount of payment they receive in the form of jury fees, witness fees, or military pay. Their pay will not be reduced by the number of hours or days they are absent from work unless they perform no work in a given week. 5. If an employee violates a safety rule of major significance, his or her pay may be reduced in an amount to be determined by the Company as a penalty for that violation. 6. Employees may be suspended without pay for other types of workplace misconduct, but only in full day increments. Their pay will be reduced in an amount that is proportionate to the number of days suspended. 7. Employees who work less than 40 hours during their first or last week of employment will be paid a proportionate part of their full salary for the time actually worked. It is our policy to comply with salary basis requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and all United States Department of Labor regulations promulgated under the FLSA. Therefore, we prohibit all Company managers from making improper deductions from the salaries of exempt employees. We want employees to be aware of this policy and that the Company does not allow deductions that violate the FLSA. If you feel your pay has been improperly deducted, you should immediately report this information to the Executive Director or the Regional or Area Director. All questions regarding pay deductions will be investigated and any necessary corrections will be made promptly. The Company also will make a good faith commitment to correct any internal policies or procedures that may have resulted in the improper deduction so that the Company will be in full compliance with the FLSA. No employee will be retaliated against for raising pay deduction questions in good faith.


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