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• Employees who earn a salary between the state and federal thresholds potentially could be classified as exempt under California law and nonexempt under the FLSA until the state and federal thresholds become the same on January 1, 2017.
• Employees who earn a salary between the state and federal thresholds—for 2017, that’s between $43,680 in California and $47,476 federally—potentially could be classified as exempt under California law and nonexempt under the FLSA until the state threshold becomes higher than the federal in 2019.
• Employees who earn a salary between the state and federal thresholds—for 2017 the state salary threshold will be higher—potentially could be classified as exempt under federal law and nonexempt under the California until the federal threshold becomes higher than the state threshold.
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