Salaried employees are entitled to their full salary. There are exceptions. If there is a problem, consult with the Human Resources and Legal representatives.
Employers may specify work schedules, require employees to track hours, and require employees to make up absences. In practice, salary employees sometimes work additional hours and may work fewer hours from week to week. This often works to the employer’s benefit.
If an employer is concerned about an employee’s occasional doctor’s appointment, long lunch, or desk time, this may indicate the employment should be hourly.