Should salaried, exempt employees such as department heads in leadership positions be required to punch a time clock?
I don't even have to physically punch a time card/clock. We go based on the honor system where I work.
I am a salaried exempt employee fast approaching a leadership position. I have to punch a time clock. The key factor is I am billing clients for my time so I have to track how much of my time they owe me for.
If people are salaried, they should only have to meet all deadlines and exceed expectations. The amount of time for them to do that is really irrelevant, except if they need to meet a certain number of hours for benefits.
No. They routinely work more than 40 hours per week, which is why they are salaried. If they don't perform when needed, they'll lose their jobs and they are much easier to fire.
What would the point be?