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Let’s Talk Overtime. Join us February 12!

New overtime laws went into effect January 1, so now is a good time to review your overtime policies. Most companies have positions classified as Salaried/Exempt, and it’s important to note that the Department of Labor (DOL) has changed the federal salary level minimum threshold for these positions. Until the end of 2019, the minimum threshold was $23,660 a year. As of January 1, the new federal threshold became $35,368 a year.

What about California?

California passed its own minimum salary level requirements in January of 2019.  For employers in California with 26 or more employees, the minimum salary level is $49,920 a year, and for employers with fewer than 26 employees, the minimum salary level is $45,760 a year.

This means that any positions in California that are currently classified as Salaried/Exempt and making less than $49,920 or $45,760 respectively, should have been raised to that level or re-classified as Hourly/Non-exempt and been subject to overtime.

There are several moving parts to the new laws, so please join us for an informative webinar on the new federal changes as well as a general recap of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).


  1. General Overview of the FLSA
  2. New changes in federal law
  3. Changes to CA law
  4. FAQ’s


Wednesday, February 12, 2020
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (MST)


Todd Anderson, SPHR
Founder and President of PlatinumHR


For more information please contact:  
John Gaffney at or (415) 356-3954.