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Complying with New Federal, State and Local Overtime and Minimum Wage Rules

Thursday, October 20, 2016
10:00 – 11:30 a.m. PT, $199
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Learn more or call (800) 331-8877 and mention your Customer #: 978894.

Do exempt salaries increase or are employees reclassified to nonexempt?

Until recently, most California employers only needed to adjust their payroll systems and overtime rates when California’s minimum wage rates increased.

But that’s all changing. Employers must now consider federal and local wage requirements in addition to California’s minimum wage rates—all of which gradually increase over time.
Effective December 1, 2016, the new federal overtime rule changes the salary level for exempt employees. Since the new salary requirement is higher than California’s, employers have decisions to make.
Local municipalities are passing their own minimum wage requirements that exceed California’s rates. Depending on your business locations, this could mean different pay in different cities—right now and starting January 1, 2017.
Finally, California’s minimum wage rate will increase on January 1, 2017, and continue to incrementally increase thereafter.
CalChamber’s Employment Law Experts
Erika Frank
Erika Frank
Vice President, Legal Affairs, and General Counsel for CalChamber
Erika Pickles
Erika Pickles
Employment Law Counsel and HR Adviser

Prepare now—this webinar tells you how.

Join CalChamber’s employment law experts as they discuss the:
New federal overtime rule and what you need to know before December 1, 2016
New California minimum wage law: the scheduled increases and when they apply to which employers
Local minimum wage ordinances
Impact these changes have on minimum salary requirements for exempt employees