Consider this when you plan for a career such as web development… Your employer does not have to pay overtime.
If you are planning to become an IT professional, this is definitely an article worth reading.
But the CPU Act broadens that exemption so much it appears that any IT worker who is paid more than $27.63 an hour (and who isn’t?) would lose the right to overtime. Here’s what it says:
In other words, be careful that you don’t end up in a position where you think you are getting decent salary based on a 40-45 hour work week and then find out that your employer wants 50-60 hours per week.
As an aside, I don’t think that employers realize what happens when they take this approach.. i.e. that they increase the users and posts on sites such as Reddit.
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