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    CA labor law on payment of commission is quite clear. The rules on California inside sales commission as well as outside sales commission regulations mandate that typically, employers must pay commissions earned but uncollected at the time of employment separation. It is generally unlawfal for an employer to fail to pay earned commissions during so-called “probationary” periods of employment (for example, no commissions paid until an employee has worked for three months).
    Last edited by CaliforniaClassActionAtty; 10-15-2008, 08:26 AM.
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    California Commissions and Waiting Times California

    Under California law, unpaid commissions at the time of a separation of employment must be paid to the employee in accordance with the commission laws in California or employers may face waiting time penalties of a full days wage for up to 30 days until the wages are paid. This can be expensive.
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      California Commissions and Federal law

      Federal law is similar to state law except that employees may fall under the CA outside sales exemption if the employee spend sover 20% of the time worked engaged in the work of non-exempt employees. What this means is that if the outside sales person spends significant time performing tasks other than selling, then it must be more carefully determined whether or not that employee falls under the California outside salesperson exemption.
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