Employers Must Pay Rest, Meal Break Premiums at ‘Regular Rate’ Copy

As California employers are well aware, they must follow to the letter numerous detailed and complex wage and hour requirements — including the requirement to pay a one-hour premium to nonexempt employees who don’t receive compliant meal or rest breaks. Specifically, Labor Code section 226.7 states that when an employer doesn’t provide a meal or rest break that complies …

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