Non-exempt, 8-hour employee.
For example: workweek runs M-Sunday. Employee worked as follows;
M- F , 8.0 hours
Sat , 4.0 hours
Sun, 2.0 hours
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that was very helpful but i am wondering if you can answer this question with a "Yes" or "No" answer...
(employee is non-exempt, regular full time employee under no labor contract)
If an employee works 7 days in a row without a day off, does the employee have to pay that employee overtime REGARDLESS of how many hours were actually worked during said workweek.
Im confused. I know the HOURLY overtime rules.
I need to know the 7th DAY rule and when an employer doesnt have to pay overtime for the 7TH DAY.
if thats the case and all overtime is calculated on hours then why the 7th day rule? It was my understanding that the 7th day in a row rule had nothign to do with hours worked, it was a rest period based on DAYS worked. (prob stirred from the bibiograpy of 7th day being a day of rest.).
Forget the hour rules, Im asking about the 7th DAY-in -a-row rule.
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