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Does an Exempt Employee Need Permission to Leave the Office?

Recently my dept hired a new manager, my first interaction with her happened when I broke a tooth and had to go to the dentist on an emergency work in basis. I sent an email to my new manager letting her know that I would be leaving for the emergency appointment and giving full details; […] The post Does an Exempt Employee Need Permission to Leave the Office? appeared first on Evil HR Lady.
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