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  • ScottB

    Some companies find it easier to have one set of policies for multi-state operations and write them in accordance with the most restrictive set of rules. They don't have to do that.

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  • Pattymd
    Sorry, but the work state laws apply. Nebraska it is; the office assistant is wrong.

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  • Working in Nebraska for California based company Nebraska

    So, I wasn't sure which state or category to put this question ... so I apologize if I'm in the "wrong ambush site" ...
    I live & work in Nebraska for a company based in California. I'm fairly certain I know the answer, but which state laws govern my employment, Nebraska or California? I say Nebraska since that is where I live and work and my employer did get a Nebraska state ID and will report my wages to Nebraska. The office assistant says California because that's where the company is based. (Actually works out for me because how overtime is calculated is the reason the question was brought about. California overtime laws work more in my favor because I rarely work less than 8 hours per day!)
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