Employers are allowed to have fixed work weeks in order to avoid overtime

EMPLOYER ALERT

Employers got a win in the case of Mendoza v. Nordstrom. The Supreme Court ruled that “a day of rest is guaranteed for each work week,” rather than on a 7-day rolling basis. In California, the law prohibited an employer from causing his or her employees to work more than “six days in seven” but the exception to the law stated it did not apply “when the total hours of employment do not exceed 30 hours in any week or six hours in any one day thereof.”

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Employers are allowed to have fixed work weeks in order to avoid overtime

>June 9, 2017 | Berliner Cohen |
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