Federal DOL Proposes Salary Increase For White Collar Overtime Exemptions - How Does the Proposed Rule Impact California Employers?

Robin Largent authored the article "Federal DOL Proposes Salary Increase For White Collar Overtime Exemptions - How Does the Proposed Rule Impact California Employers?" for HR.com.  In this article, Largent discusses the recent United States Department of Labor's (DOL) announcement of a proposed rule that would increase the minimum salary required to qualify as exempt from overtime under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act’s white collar exemptions (executive, administrative, and professional employees). 

She reminds California employers that they have to comply not only with the FLSA’s minimum salary for exempt status, but also with California law, which has a higher minimum salary requirement for white collar exempt status.

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