This topic of exempt versus nonexempt status can be confusing and difficult for busy managers and restaurant owners to navigate, but it’s one task that you absolutely must get right.

The DOL actively seeks employers who misclassify their employees. And, whether intentionally violating this law or doing it unintentionally, the ramifications can be downright disastrous.

Please take a few minutes right now to learn the difference between exempt and nonexempt, and what you need to do to ensure you have this set up correctly.

NOTE: Restaurant HR Group clients, your HR manager will work closely with you to ensure you have this set up properly now and moving forward. CL Members, if you have any specific questions for us about this important topic, as always, you can reach us via ASK TEAM CL from your dashboard.

Forms & Templates

  Onboarding  
Sample Sign On Bonus Template Example 2
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  Onboarding  
Sample Sign On Bonus Template Example 1
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Articles

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The Fastest Way to Achieve Success is to Help Others Have Success
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  Recruiting  
What Your Competitors Are Doing to RECRUIT RESTAURANT TALENT
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Videos

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THE KEY DIFFERENTIATOR: Simple Systems & Strong Leadership (4 minutes)
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  Culture  
How to Create & Execute Your Company’s Vision, Mission, & Purpose (7 minutes)
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State and Federal Regulations

Labor Law Poster Compliance Update
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Deductions From Employee Wages
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Member + Team CL Q&A

  Hiring  
We have a new employee that does not have all documents needed to complete the I-9 Form. Her Birth Certificate is in another state and she lost her Social Security card. The only documents she does have is a Driver’s License and a W-2 that has her Social Security number listed. Is this employee able to start working and then bring in her Birth Certificate and Social Security card when she has them?
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  Hiring  
When conducting interviews with candidates, am I required to use a specific screen form to conduct the interview or are employers allowed to ask questions as they see fit?
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