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Workers Allege Sun Microsystems is guilty of violating California Overtime Laws

Technical Support Engineers working for Sun Microsystems are alleging the networking giant is not paying the overtime wages mandated by California Labor Laws.

Santa Clara, CA - May 19, 2006 - (PR WEB) - Although Federal labor laws require overtime pay for eligible employees who work more than 40 hours a week, in California overtime pay must be calculated on a daily basis - requiring companies to pay for overtime after an eligible employee has worked more than 8 hours in a single day.

Workers for Sun Microsystems are alleging the company is denying legitimate overtime wages to Technical Support Engineers by not correctly calculating employees' overtime hours, in defiance of California Labor Laws.

State labor laws also require in 2006 that if a California computer professional earns less than $47.81 per hour or the annual salary equivalent of approximately $99,445, they may be entitled to overtime pay. Claims for overtime may be asserted for the past 3 and sometimes 4 years of employment.

If you are a Technical Support Engineer, or computer professional and feel that Sun Microsystems, or any other California employer, is not paying you the overtime wages you are entitled to, please join your fellow employees in [registering your unpaid overtime complaint.

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