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Exempt vs. Non exempt employee. What are the definitions?
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Minimum salary for exempt employee in San. San minimum wage
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Are there any laws that prevent California employers from
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I sent a demand letter for unpaid wages on the 7th last
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I live in CA but the company is based in Flordia where they
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A California employer has an office in Ohio. The California
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How does salary employees really work in California? I have
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How does salary employees really work? I have been told its
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Hello, I have 2 ice cream store sin California, under 2 separate
Hello, I have 2 ice cream store sin California, under 2 separate S corps, but have a common manager for both stores. Manager is a full time salaried employee, spends 80% time at Store A and 20% time a… read more
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Hello! I am a Solar Sales Represenative (direct sales, B2B
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THIS IS A LABOR LAW QUESTION FOR A LAWYER IN CALIFORNIA.
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Good morning I live and work in California, as a construction
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My company promoted me in Feb 2011 and placed me on a salary
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