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Advanced-Tech Security Svcs., Inc. v. Superior Court (Roman), No. B205186 (Cal. Ct. App. June 3, 2008)

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Court Affirms: Holiday Pay Premiums May Be Credited Toward Overtime Obligations.

Fisher Phillips • July 02, 2008
California law sets out basic overtime requirements for non-exempt employees in California. Among other things, the law requires an employer to pay an employee time and one-half of the employee's regular rate of pay for both 1) more than 8 hours of work in one workday, and2) more than 40 hours of work in any workweek. A double time premium is required for hours in excess of 12 in a work day, or in excess of 8 hours on the seventh consecutive day of work in a work week.