October 07, 2008
California Exempts Certain Computer Professionals from Overtime Pay
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Vision Payroll

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed AB 10 into law recently. The new law, signed as an urgency statute, took effect immediately upon the signing by the governor. Under the law, certain computer software professionals who make $36 or more per hour, if paid hourly or $75,000 per year (paid at least monthly) if paid a salary, are exempt from the overtime provisions of California state law. Both amounts are scheduled to be adjusted annually in proportion to changes in the California Consumer Price Index. Trainees and other categories of employees are exempted from the overtime law. Contact Vision Payroll if you have questions on the change in California overtime law.


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