Your previous expert has asked me to assist you. Under the CA labor
code, no employer may require employees to work more than six days in seven. §552. Every employee entitled to one day’s rest in seven. §551 Days of rest may be accumulated through the month provided all rest days are given in the month. This law is applicable where collective bargaining agreement does not provide otherwise. §554
Also, the employer must pay overtime for all hours worked over 8 in a day and double time for hours worked over 12. Additionally, if the employer does not give you at least a 30 minute meal break in an 8 hour shift, they must pay your 1 hour extra pay.
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