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Title 29Subtitle BChapter VSubchapter APart 541


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER V—WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER A—REGULATIONS

PART 541—DEFINING AND DELIMITING THE EXEMPTIONS FOR EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL, COMPUTER AND OUTSIDE SALES EMPLOYEES

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Subpart A—GENERAL REGULATIONS

§541.0
Introductory statement.
§541.1
Terms used in regulations.
§541.2
Job titles insufficient.
§541.3
Scope of the section 13(a)(1) exemptions.
§541.4
Other laws and collective bargaining agreements.
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Subpart B—EXECUTIVE EMPLOYEES

§541.100
General rule for executive employees.
§541.101
Business owner.
§541.102
Management.
§541.103
Department or subdivision.
§541.104
Two or more other employees.
§541.105
Particular weight.
§541.106
Concurrent duties.
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Subpart C—ADMINISTRATIVE EMPLOYEES

§541.200
General rule for administrative employees.
§541.201
Directly related to management or general business operations.
§541.202
Discretion and independent judgment.
§541.203
Administrative exemption examples.
§541.204
Educational establishments.
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Subpart D—PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES

§541.300
General rule for professional employees.
§541.301
Learned professionals.
§541.302
Creative professionals.
§541.303
Teachers.
§541.304
Practice of law or medicine.
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Subpart E—COMPUTER EMPLOYEES

§541.400
General rule for computer employees.
§541.401
Computer manufacture and repair.
§541.402
Executive and administrative computer employees.
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Subpart F—OUTSIDE SALES EMPLOYEES

§541.500
General rule for outside sales employees.
§541.501
Making sales or obtaining orders.
§541.502
Away from employer's place of business.
§541.503
Promotion work.
§541.504
Drivers who sell.
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Subpart G—SALARY REQUIREMENTS

§541.600
Amount of salary required.
§541.601
Highly compensated employees.
§541.602
Salary basis.
§541.603
Effect of improper deductions from salary.
§541.604
Minimum guarantee plus extras.
§541.605
Fee basis.
§541.606
Board, lodging or other facilities.
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Subpart H—DEFINITIONS AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

§541.700
Primary duty.
§541.701
Customarily and regularly.
§541.702
Exempt and nonexempt work.
§541.703
Directly and closely related.
§541.704
Use of manuals.
§541.705
Trainees.
§541.706
Emergencies.
§541.707
Occasional tasks.
§541.708
Combination exemptions.
§541.709
Motion picture producing industry.
§541.710
Employees of public agencies.


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