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@5XX6Y9LGreenfrom Texas  answered…3mos

Yes but only given the current circumstance. We are and should accelerate moving from employee/employer model too a contracter model. Benefits, pensions, etc cause corruption and impede the understanding of the employee.

@xanderlaneLibertarianfrom Michigan  answered…3mos

@5XX2WTRRepublicanfrom Texas  answered…3mos

@9RJDR5PIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…4 days

@9QY337FTranshumanist from California answered…1mo

No, while I support paying salaried employees, making up to $46k/year, time-and-a-half for overtime hours, that should be the business's decision, not the government

@Monica-VeraIndependent from Illinois answered…3mos

Yes, and increase to salaried workers who earn up to $65k a year

@9HSDCMSVeteran from Indiana answered…3mos

No businesses will need to compete for workers and offer things like this to be more attractive

@9HMXTLDPeace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…3mos

The government should not have a say so I. Private business

@9HK88DMLibertarian from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@9HDT4T2Constitution from Wisconsin answered…3mos

Yes but there should be a decent limit so this is not taken advantage of.

@ROSCO70Veteran from Florida answered…3mos

No. But, if the employee works more than 40 hours/week pay time-and-a-half for over that.

@9HBCXK2Transhumanist from Georgia answered…3mos

No, let private business should be able to decide the amount of competitive incentives they offer to employees.

@9H8N2HWVeteran from North Carolina answered…3mos

I am unsure what the question is asking. Therefore do not feel educated enough to answer.

@9H6NT9KSocialist from Ohio answered…3mos

Yes, and all employees should be paid time-and-a-half for overtime hours regardless of their pay scale, and the government should do more to protect workers’ rights

@9H6PY2QGreen from Arizona answered…3mos

No, this will hurt small businesses and incentivize large corporations to cut full-time positions and hire more part-time staff

@9H5PYKQIndependent from Utah answered…3mos

Yes, but hour limit before considered overtime should be defined in salary contract.

@9H5G25VWomen’s Equality from Iowa answered…3mos

No, pay should be proportional to the amount of overtime the employees commit to

@9GYSR5JGreen from Washington answered…3mos

This question is poorly worded. Currently salaried employees receive not even single-time rates for overtime, never mind time and a half. This is worded in a "poison pill" way as a result.

@9GYHHCNWomen’s Equality from Colorado answered…3mos

@9GXVR6ZTranshumanist from South Dakota answered…3mos

@9GXVX87Women’s Equalityfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…3mos

@GoldenvexaGreen from Alabama answered…3mos

@9GW8N9XWomen’s Equality from Nebraska answered…3mos

Yes and no. It should be an option if the employee or union have negotiated for it or if the employer voluntarily pays it. Let market value determine compensation.

@9GV9M7XTranshumanist from Illinois answered…3mos

Could add incentives like tax breaks to encourage companies to do so, but not mandatory

@9GQ7QRMRepublican from Wisconsin answered…3mos

No, but paying them single time for overtime would be awesome.

@mtcoffeyDemocrat from Alabama answered…3mos

No, the company they work for should have to pay time-and-a-half.

@9GBFPMXRepublican from Florida answered…3mos

@9G9XNKDWorking Family from Illinois answered…3mos

Depends where you live. In certain states, 46K is a reasonable income but in other states, it's not livable.

@9G4W5Q4Peace and Freedom from Tennessee answered…3mos

No, and employees should not be expected to overtime hours.

@9G4RLNHWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…3mos

Overtime paid at time-and-a-half should be standard for all hourly workers.

@9G4BC37Libertarian from Texas answered…3mos

@9G2WMNJConstitution from Alabama answered…3mos

No, and the government is currently over-regulating private businesses. Our economy and businesses cannot afford a decrease in worker productivity right now

@9FPZNHFDemocrat from Kansas answered…3mos

@9FMYPWNVeteran from North Carolina answered…3mos

No, but there should be a maximum amount hours for salaried employees in this salary range.

@9F8KBP4Women’s Equality from Virginia answered…3mos

No, but when contested, they should offer a choice of hourly vs salaried wages, subject to negotiation

@9F8CBJSDemocrat from Oklahoma answered…3mos

@9QWCFW5Green from Missouri answered…1mo

If we are going to have wage & labor laws they need to be enforced.

@9QSWWWCPeace and Freedom from Florida answered…2mos

there should be no private business and no monetary currency system.

@9Q8H84DRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…2mos

Absolutely not the government is currently over-regulating private businesses

@9Q3GXTKTranshumanist from Kansas answered…3mos

@9Q37Y8DRepublican from Connecticut answered…3mos

Yes, and all employees should be paid time-and-a-half for overtime hours regardless of their pay scale, but exceptions should be made for small businesses.

@9PYTFPBProgressive from Vermont answered…3mos

Yes, and all employees should be paid time-and-a-half for overtime hours regardless of their pay scale, except for small businesses


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