Dethra U. Giles
Principal Consultant, ExecuPrep
Dethra U. Giles is an executive coach and national trainer on leadership, organizational development, conflict resolution and career development. She is also a founding partner and chief consultant with ExecuPrep, LLC – a performance management firm focused on training, coaching and Human Resources consulting based in Atlanta, Ga.

Dethra is also a sought after speaker, facilitator and author revolutionizing how leaders grow their organizations and careers. With years of experience, formal education and practical knowledge, Dethra has developed customized HR strategies for reputable organizations such as the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), Centers for Disease Control, Environmental Protection Agency and the Salvation Army – to name a few.

Whether consulting with a billion-dollar organization or a local small business, Dethra strives to motivate, empower and celebrate her clients as they achieve desired outcomes. Through her recently published book "Unstuck: Discovering Career Limiting Actions" and written contributions for Today’s Financial Woman and iWorkwell publications, Dethra is committed to helping the masses become more efficient, effective and focused while leading to greater profits and professional fulfillment.

In addition to offering consulting services, Dethra has served as adjunct faculty at several academic institutions nationwide including Georgia State University and Miami Dade Community College. She has also served as a faculty member for Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses and the Tory Burch Foundation. According to Dethra, every day is another opportunity to "make clients more efficient, more effective and more focused so they can be more profitable and more fulfilled".
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Until the Work is Done: What it Means to be an Exempt Employee
Employers must determine the employment status of all workers. Depending on the job duties and pay of a particular worker, an employer may classify the employee as "exempt" or non-exempt. This employment classification outlines the various rights and protections the worker is entitled to under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and other employment and labor laws. You've likely seen these terms when filling out an application, noticed them in job postings and heard them used in conversation. But if you're like most people, the difference between the two categories is fuzzy at best.
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