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Nonexempt employees are normally not required to be paid for time not worked. However, some states have call-in/reporting pay laws which require employers to pay nonexempt employees a minimum number of hours when they are called in and/or report to work and work less than their scheduled shift. When implementing such a policy, employers should review and ensure compliance with these laws. Exempt employees must be paid their full salary when the business closes or opens late due to inclement weather. See a)
General Rule here. Nonexempt and exempt employees may be required or allowed to use paid leave during business closings however employers should review state PTO/vacation laws to determine if any conditions apply such as advance notice on required leave.
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