What are the California overtime rules?


The California overtime rules are put in place by the Department of Industrial Relations. The laws in the state say anyone who works over 40 hours a week or 8 hours a day must receive one and one-half times their regular pay. The provision is put in place for nonexempt employees who are at least 18 years of age or older. Minors who are 16 years old or 17 years old and not legally required to attend school are also part of the provision. Any employer is the state must follow the state guidelines.
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