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Pharmacists at Wal-Mart were paid a salary based on an expected number of hours of work. During slow times of the year, pharmacists’ hours and salaries were reduced in response to lower sales. The pharmacists claim that this practice makes them not exempt. They sue for unpaid overtime work. What should the court decide? Why?
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