Seleccionar página

2. The payment of a fixed wage to an unsuspecting worker is considered to be compensation only for the worker`s normal working hours, regardless of a contrary private agreement. b) The exemption under Subdivision (a) does not apply to workers employed in a medical internship or housing program or to a physician under a valid collective agreement pursuant to Section 514. Workers who work during their alternative work week or more than 40 hours per week are compensated at least one and a half times the normal wage. Every job over 12 hours per day is compensated with at least double the normal worker`s wage rate10 The California Labor Code provides for food breaks and breaks during the workday, as well as restrictions on hours worked during the work day and the week without overtime. (B) Current compliance with the requirements set by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing or the corresponding certification body in another state for obtaining a provisional or alternative teaching certificate. (A) An «alternative work schedule» refers to any regularly scheduled work week in which a worker must work more than eight (8) hours over a 24-hour period. In addition, overtime and break hours may not apply to unionized workers in certain sectors covered by a collective agreement. In California, these branches may include: (C) An employer should not lower a worker`s normal hourly wage rate as a result of the adoption, cancellation or cancellation of an alternative work schedule. California`s Wage and Hours Act requires employers to pay overtime if non-exempt workers work a certain number of hours during the work day or work week. California labour laws also require employers to offer food and rest breaks during the work day. This case confirms that Section 514 of the Labour Code allows employers and unions to define overtime in a collective agreement without missing California`s daily overtime requirements.

(A) Sections 4 and 5 of this order do not apply to workers covered by a valid collective agreement where the agreement expressly provides for workers` wages, working hours and working conditions and where the agreement provides premium rates for all overtime worked and a regular hourly wage for those workers at least 30% higher than the state minimum wage.