California Employers Must Pay ‘Regular Rate’ for Missed Break Premiums

This is a preview. View original post on this site

Businesses in California must provide employees with meal and rest breaks or pay workers a premium equal to an hour of pay. The California Supreme Court recently ruled that the extra pay must be calculated at the employee’s “regular rate of pay,” which is the formula used to determine overtime premiums under the state labor code.

Read Complete Article


Subscribe to Recruiting Headlines

* indicates required


»Need an ATS? Try JazzHR

»Free Rejection Email Templates

»Text Recruiting Software

»RecTech Live Webcasts

»HR Podcast Directory

»Recruiting Newsletters

»HR Tech News

»Freelance HR Jobs

»Diversity Hiring News

»Recruiter Ebooks