If the employee “is exempt or salaried” and the business is open, you may dock the employee’s pay or use Paid Time Off (PTO) in full day increments only. If the employee works for any part of the day, you must pay him or her for the entire day.
If the employee “is exempt or salaried” and the business is closed, you may use the employee’s PTO for full-day absences, again only if absolutely no work was performed that day. However, if the exempt employee has no PTO left and business is closed, you may not deduct any pay; the employee must still receive his or her full salary.
If the employee” is nonexempt”, you may deduct the exact hours absent from his or her pay or PTO bank in either situation.
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