Workers not entitled to overtime, generally workers in executive, administrative or professional positions.
Employees who are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act and are not eligible to receive overtime pay or compensatory time for hours worked in excess of 40 hours per week.
Employees who are not included in the minimum wage and overtime provisions of the FLSA, such as whitecollar employees.
Exempt employees are not entitled to be paid overtime. They are called "exempt" because they are exempt from the overtime or minimum wage (or both) requirements of the FLSA. Generally, these employees are bona fide executive, administrative, or professional employees. They must be paid on a salary (or fee) basis and must perform the duties of an exempt employee. If an employee is paid on an hourly basis (with very few exceptions) he is not an Exempt employee, but is a Nonexempt employee. See " Are You Exempt" for more detail on this issue.
Employees who are exempt from overtime pay under FLSA.
Employees who meet one of the FLSA exemption tests and who are paid on a fixed salary basis and not entitled to overtime.
While this term can refer to anyone not covered as an employee under a certain law, it generally means those employees who are exempt from the minimum wage, overtime pay, and certain record keeping requirements of the Federal Wage-Hour Law.
Employees to whom employers are not required to pay overtime under the Fair Labour Standards Act.