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Thank you for your patience.Your employer would have to change your status to non-exempt in that case, yes. You will now be required to receive overtime pay (time and a half) for any hours over 40 that you work in a week. You will also be required to start tracking your hours, including things like logging into your work email from home, for example. In addition, you may see some or all of the following from your employer:
It's also possible, given that you would earn a lot of overtime keeping your schedule, that your employer could bump you up to that $47,476 mark, and keep you exempt.
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