I live in Virginia and am listed as an exempt salaried employee by my company. I am required to work certain hours and can have my pay docked if I do not, even if I'm out sick. My concern is that I have an hourly rate on my paycheck. How can I be consider

I live in Virginia and am listed as an exempt salaried employee by my company. I am required to work certain hours and can have my pay docked if I do not, even if I'm out sick. My concern is that I have an hourly rate on my paycheck. How can I be considered salaried if my pay can be docked and I have an hourly rate? I've had my pay docked for not having enough PTO, and I've been told that it can be docked for being sick, even if I have a note from the doctor.

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