Overtime: Must be paid at the applicable rate!

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Overtime pay is a very important issue in California, as it is one of the states with one of the strictest labor laws when it comes to overtime pay.

It is important that employees are informed of their rights and that employers comply with what the law says.

In California, labor laws stipulate that employees must receive one and a half hours of pay for each overtime hour worked beyond an 8-hour day or 40-hour week. Also, if an employee works more than 12 hours in a day, the employer must pay them double their regular wages for each overtime.

It is important to note that even if the employee has agreed to work overtime, this does not mean that the employer can pay for the overtime as a regular work hour. In addition, if the employer does not comply with the payment of overtime, the employee has the right to demand payment for their work hours, and also to request monetary compensation for the inconvenience caused.

It is important for employees to keep detailed records of their hours worked, as this will help provide evidence in the event of a potential lawsuit. In addition, employers must keep detailed records of the overtime hours worked by their employees in order to meet pay under California labor laws .

If you have any doubts about whether you are getting paid for the overtime you have put in, it is best to talk to your employer first. If your employer does not resolve the problem, as an employee you can seek the help of an employment lawyer.

At Lipeles we can help you report the situation you are experiencing, remember that you can always count on our help.

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