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If I have drivers working for me (a summer camp) and they actually

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If I have drivers working for me (a summer camp) and they actually drive 6-7 hours but have a few hours of waiting time, do I have to pay them overtime once they are "working" more than 8 hours a day?
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Yes, unfortunately, 'waiting time' would be considered work time even though they are not driving during that time, so you do have to pay them overtime for all hours in excess of 8 a day that they spend 'working' (including driving and waiting).
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