Photo credit: iStock | Even though an employee worked productively during the power outages of superstorm Sandy, whether there will be pay attached to the accomplishments depends on how that employee is classified, experts say -- hourly employees must be paid; exempt or salaried employees are not owed.
DEAR CARRIE: I work for a local museum that lost power for 12 days due to superstorm Sandy. Because I had electricity at home, I was able to contact museum clients and set up appointments to show the grounds while the building was closed.
I actually showed the location to two clients and booked a $9,000 photo shoot. How much time am I able to claim for the work done at home and for emails...
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