Overtime for Programmers Lawsuit
alleging that some companies try to avoid paying employees overtime by categorizing them as "salaried" employees.
California employees in the IT and computer software industry, including computer professionals, IT professionals and computer programmers may be entitled to overtime pay. Both federal law and most state laws require overtime pay for such professional employees who work more than 40 hours per week unless the employee is classified as exempt.
California IT Overtime: Are You Asking the Right Questions?/h2>
California IT Overtime: Are You Asking the Right Questions? San Francisco, CA: Ground lost by computer IT professionals notwithstanding, the computer IT overtime issue that has been the source of constant frustration is even more so given the new remuneration guidelines, brought in at the start of this year. All the more reason for computer professionals to ensure they—and their jobs—are properly classified. [Read More]
California IT Overtime: Employers Operate with "Impunity"
California IT Overtime: Employers Operate with "Impunity" Los Angeles, CA: Many California IT personnel can tell you that working in computers is not all it is cracked up to be, thanks in large part to the extra overtime they are expected to work. Making the situation worse, many are not properly compensated for the overtime hours they work, leaving them frustrated and angry. To California IT personnel, overtime is fast becoming a contentious issue—one that they are willing to fight about. [Read More]
California IT Professionals: Fighting for Proper Overtime Pay
California IT Professionals: Fighting for Proper Overtime Pay San Diego, CA: If you are a California software developer or are a computer professional, you may not be receiving the full pay you are entitled to. That is because many employers in California are misclassifying their computer professionals so they do not have to pay those employees for the overtime hours they work. Such misclassifications are a violation of California IT overtime law.
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