Dwayne MATHEWS V. BRONGER MASONR
Bronger paid its salaried employees for holidays as well as their allotted time off. Bronger employees and to put that information into a spreadsheet. Bronger’s “standard” information, i.e. May, 2007, she generally continued to work in the office until 6:30 p.m.
MATHEWS v. BRONGER MASONR
Bronger employed between 30 and 90 union employees at any given time period in addition to at least three other office employees. Bronger’s actions demonstrate that she was treated as such.
Thus, she was generally due her salary regardless of her attendance.