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  • Pattymd
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    What kind of school is this?

    Do you qualify as exempt under the Learned Professional exempt classification? See Wage Order #4 here:
    http://www.dir.ca.gov/iwc/wageorderindustries.htm

    From what I've seen, it does not appear that CA allows for exempt employees under the Professional exemption (even if it applies here) to be paid on an hourly basis.

    Assuming my reading is correct, you would not meet the criteria for exempt status, since you are not being paid on a salaried basis and, therefore, the law requires you be paid no less frequently than semi-monthly and no later than 7 days following the end of the pay period. If this is a public school, however, this requirement may not apply.
    http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/FAQ_Paydays.htm

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  • Starfish
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    Not Salary Getting Paid Monthly California


    Hi, I just started a new job and they let me know that I would be getting paid monthly.My position is "lead instructor" and I am in charge of 2 after school teachers. I am paid hourly. Is it legal in California to get paid only once a month?
    I heard that you have to be management or getting paid Salary, is this true?

    I started Sept 22nd and won't see my 1st paycheck until October 31st-

    Thanks for the help.

    ** This is an after school program funded by 21st Century Bank but for a Public School.
    Last edited by Starfish; 10-01-2008, 11:47 AM. Reason: Added details.
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