Labor Code Violations
Employers must not require employees to perform any tasks before clocking in or clocking out (including getting in or out of uniform, running errands, continuing inventory or duties off the clock, etc.). Four-day, 10-hour and three-day, 12-hour workweeks must be approved by secret employee ballot or the employer must pay overtime. Employees reporting to work must be provided at least half their regular shift and may not be sent home without being paid for at least a half day’s shift or not less than two nor more than four hours. Minimum pay for callback work (e.g., for mandatory meetings, special arrangements for visitors, etc.) is two hours, regardless of the actual amount worked. Tips may not be credited toward minimum wage, nor may any portion be retained by the employer or salaried manager.
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