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

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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