§ 231.85. Outside salesman.

 

   Outside salesman means an employee who is employed for the purpose of and who is customarily and regularly engaged more than 80% of work time away from the employer’s place or places of business in the following manner:

   (1)  Making sales, including any sale, exchange, contract to sell, consignment for sale, or other disposition or selling, and delivering articles or goods.

   (2)  Obtaining orders or contracts for the use of facilities for which a consideration will be paid by the client or customer. In addition, the employee may not spend more than 20% of the hours worked in any week in work of a nature not directly related to and in conjunction with the making of sales; provided however, that work performed incidental and in conjunction with the employee’s own outside sales or solicitations, including incidental deliveries and collections, shall be not regarded as nonexempt work.

Cross References

   This section cited in 34 Pa. Code §  231.81 (relating to definitions).



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