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    Mar 9, 2017, 07:48 PM
    CA overtime law
    I have a confusing question. I work for a company that has 1 parent but 2 subsideries. An employee works FT for 1 company and we want him to work 10 hours for the next company from home. Would this mean overtime or not because it is 2 companies? Should he be classified as a contractor even though we have him on normal payroll?

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