Exempt Status. Employee understands that at all times he/she is employed as a salaried/exempt employee and, therefore, he/she is not entitled to overtime wages. Employee shall not receive overtime compensation for the services performed under this Agreement, unless specifically agreed to in writing.
Exempt Status. In this section, “Exempt” means the Contractor is exempt from the Articles of Agreement in section 13.B.(5) of this Contract and from filing an Affirmative Action plan as required by Section IV of the Articles of Agreement. The Department of Civil Rights (“Department”) makes the final determination as to whether a contractor is exempt. If the Contractor is not exempt, sec. 13.B.(5) shall apply and Contractor shall select option A. or B. under Article IV therein and file an Affirmative Action Plan.
Exempt Status. Full or part-time employees having “exempt” status as listed in Exhibit B are not covered by the Civil Service System of the City of Burbank; however, such “exempt” employees are represented by the BCEA. “Exempt” employees are covered by this Memorandum of Understanding except for Article IX and Exhibit E. Exempt employees may file grievances and take such grievance to and through the third step of the grievance procedure per Article XIII Section C4, not to include appeal to the Civil Service Board or to arbitration.
Exempt Status. The City shall not take any action, omit to take any action or cause or permit another Person to take any action or omit to take any action, which, if taken or omitted, would adversely affect the excludability of interest on the Covered Notes (which are issued as tax-exempt) from the gross income of the holders thereof for purposes of Federal income taxation.
Exempt Status. The City will not take any action which would cause the interest on the Commercial Paper Notes to become includable in the gross income of the holders thereof for federal income tax purposes.
Exempt Status. The Director of Buildings and Grounds position is a full-time position with exempt status under the Fair Labor Standards Act and Minnesota law. The Director’s regular workday is expected to be eight (8) hours in length, but the Director is expected to work the number of hours necessary to perform his job duties and to meet the professional expectations of the job. In light of the exempt status of the position, hours worked in excess of a forty-hour workweek will not result in any overtime pay.