The salary requirement for California's computer software
employee exemption increased this year, effective January 1, 2013.
Now employees meeting this exemption must be paid at least $39.90
per hour or $83,132.93 per year for full-time employees (not less
than $6,927.75 per month). The 2013 wage increased about $1.00 per
hour and $2,000.00 per year respectively from 2012.
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