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This information should come in handy in general:
But yes, the new law still provides an 8 hour time period that is exempt from pay for purposes of sleeping.
This bill also provides industry-specific standards: 3) Uninterrupted Sleep Provisions: This bill provides domestic workers who work 24 hours or more the right to 8 hours of unpaid, uninterrupted sleep. Employers have the flexibility of having someone onsite for emergencies and domestic workers can sleep and avoid the risk of illness or injury caused by exhaustion
As an individual contributor I'm only permitted to answer one question per thread.Since this second question deals with overtime (versus the uninterrupred sleep provisions) would you mind posing that in a new thread?