What does the railroad exempt sign mean?

Answer A railroad exempt sign indicates that the railroad is abandoned or no longer in use. Commercial vehicles are not required by law to stop before exempt railroad tracks. Railroad exempt signs may be ... Read More »

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What does it mean that veteran benefits are bankruptcy exempt?

According to the United States Courts glossary, "exemption translates to the ability of a debtor to keep said properties from the repayment of creditors during a bankruptcy filing.” This means th... Read More »

Fair Labor Standard Act in Texas for Exempt & Non Exempt Employees?

Enacted in 1938 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) sets minimum wage and overtime requirements for workers in the United States. Employers and employees in Texas... Read More »

Are managers of self storage units exempt or non-exempt?

A manager of a self storage unit is typically an exempt employee. Being exempt or non-exempt, according to the Fair Labors Standards Act (FLSA), is all dependent upon how much he is paid, what kind... Read More »

Labor Laws: Exempt Vs. Non Exempt?

Employers are subject to the wage and hour regulations set out in the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The FLSA covers non-exempt employees, i.e., those that are not salaried. In certain ci... Read More »