Communicating a change in status to an employee is a delicate matter. Such a change may impact significant areas of an employee's life, including compensation, work schedule, flexibility, work routine, job duties and self-esteem. It is important to communicate a change in exemption status face to face and to be clear, firm and diplomatic. In this episode HR expert Jenni Stone shares 11 steps that may be used to communicate a change in FLSA exemption status to an employee.
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