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The New Federal Overtime Rules are Here: How it Impacts California Employers

UPDATE ON 11/28/16: The Federal Overtime Rules, which would have mandated a minimum annual salary of $47,476 for exempt employees and were set to take effect on December 1, 2016, have temporarily been halted by a Texas federal judge. The court issued a preliminary injunction, which preserves the current federal overtime rules (which mandates a minimum annual salary amount of $23,660 for exempt employees), while it determines the Department of Labor's authority to make such changes. Thus, at this time, employers across the nation do not have to take action by December 1, 2016 to either increase exempt employees' salaries to $47,476 or reclassify them as non-exempt. Remember, California's cu

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