Deductions may be made in the following situations:
- Employees need not be paid for any work week in which they perform no work.
- Deductions may be made when the employees are absent from work for a day or more for personal reasons.
- Deductions may be made when the employees are absent from work for a day or more for sickness or a disability if the employer has a bona fide plan, policy or practice of providing compensation for loss of salary occasioned by both sickness and disability.
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