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say i have an employee who lives and works in state "a".  he meets all of
the requirements to sit for the pe exam in state "b".  he does so and
passes.  the problem is that state "a" requires two more years of experience
before the employee can sit for the pe exam.  now he's a licensed pe in
state "b".

should i bill his time on work done in state "a" as an eit or a pe?  is this
documented somewhere?

should i give him a raise?  if so should it be a standard raise or a
substantial raise?

tia


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