PAYING FOR ON-CALL AND SLEEP TIME

When non-exempt employees are performing their “regular” duties, employers typically understand their responsibility to pay for the time. But in some circumstances, it is unclear whether an employee’s time is compensable. Recently, in Mendiola v. CPS Security...

“ON-CALL” REST PERIODS ARE LEGAL

California law requires employers to provide non-exempt employees paid rest periods of at least 10 minutes during each four-hour work period, or major fraction thereof. Because these rest periods are short and paid, they are fundamentally different from legally...
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