How many hours are acceptable in a work week for a salaried employee?
How many hours are acceptable in a work week for a salaried employee? 50? 60? 70? 80? More?! Where is your limit?
Its depend on company and you, most of employee will work 40 hours in a week but if your company giving More/Extra paying on your salary you can spend another 16-20 hours.
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According to my job description, I am supposed to stick around 40 hours per week. I like to keep it as close to that as possible since I do enjoy having a social life, but I don't mind working a few extra hours every now and then. I will typically be ok with doing this if there is a special event going on or one of my clients has an emergency.
I've never had a salaried position, but if I ever applied for one, they'd get 40 hours and that's it.
I agree with the others who says 40 hours a week is sufficient for a salaried employee. I work 37 and a half hours a week and that's enough for me. I want to do some of my hobbies when I am not at work. We get paid monthly but we can do more hours or overtime if we want to.
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