What does ‘exempt’ or ‘non-exempt’ mean on the job description?
Most employees are ‘non-exempt’ and are thereby entitled to overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act. To be classified as ‘exempt’ there are limited and specific requirements detailed in the law. For more information contact Human Resources at 218-327-2836.

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1. Can I e-mail my resume?
2. Can I fill out a paper application?
3. Do I need to include my Itasca County work experience on my application?
4. Do you keep applications on file so that I do not have to turn in a new application each time I apply for a specific position?
5. I already have an account, but I have forgotten my username/password. What can I do?
6. Does the County offer Internships, temporary and seasonal employment?
7. I am applying for a position that requires a degree that I do not yet possess but will be obtaining soon. Will my application be considered?
8. I see a position that I applied for in the past is posted again, do I need to submit a new application?
9. May I turn in an application for a position that may become available in the future?
10. What are the residency requirements to work at the County?
11. What happens after I turn in my application?
12. Your advertisement states that you are creating an eligibility list, what does that mean?
13. What is the difference between an open competitive posting and an internal posting?
14. What does ‘exempt’ or ‘non-exempt’ mean on the job description?