The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the federal fluctuating workweek used to calculate overtime pay for a limited group of workers is no longer permitted in the state.

The justices — in their 6-0 ruling — said the fluctuating workweek method still could apply in other cases not involving retail employees, but that it would no longer be allowed when it came to the thousands of retail workers paid on commission.

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