With a major snow storm barrelling down on the North East a snow day (or two) are defiantly in the forecast. So, does an employer need to pay employees when the office is closed due to snow or inclement weather? In this video business attorney Peter J. Lamont explains an employer's obligations to exempt and non-exempt employees when your office or business closes for snow. For more information please check out: http://www.topbusinesslaw.com/2015/01/snow-shovel-ice-melt-paying-employees.html and http://www.topbusinesslaw.com/2015/01/who-is-exempt-employee-according-to.html
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