Legal Alert: Amendment to California Law Eliminates Overtime Pay for Certain Computer Software Employees

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California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger recently signed into law an amendment of California's Labor Code, which provides that employees in the computer software field are not entitled to overtime pay if they meet certain requirements. Under AB 10, employees in the computer software field are not entitled to overtime pay if they earn at least $36.00 per hour or have an annual salary of not less than $75,000 for full-time employment, which is paid at least once a month and in a monthly amount of not less than $6,250.

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