What what is the proper pay for onsite manager?
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I have changed the practice area to General Practice as you may get a response that you have not yet received. If you think it should be Business instead of General Practice, you can change it. Good luck.
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We are attorneys and do not track or dictate the going rate for an "onsite manager", whatever that means. Which, by the way could mean anything from a couple of residential units in one area of town and which takes an hour or two a month of your time, to hundreds of units in a nice area of town that takes time full time work, to a commercial building, to a self-storage unit, etc. You are asking attorneys for their time for free, so I encourage you to put some effort in and do a new post with far more details about your rent situation, your job, your pay, etc. etc.
If you feel that you are being paid less than the lawful minimum wage, a completely different issue than what you asked, then speak with an employment attorney.
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