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Wheres the line that seperates agg. labor 60 strait hour

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wheres the line that seperates agg. labor 60 strait hour with no overtime and commercial millwrights work
what is the deffenition of agg farm labor what makes it agg farm labor
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: California Employment Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 9 months ago.
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Under the CA law, Agricultural employees, as defined in the Agricultural Act, are those engaged in agriculture or in any functions which a farmer performs as an incident to or in connection with farming operations. For example, an office clerical employee or a bookkeeper or a millwright is an agricultural employee if he or she does work that is incidental to a farming operation. So if a millwright does work incidental to a farm operation to run the farm operations then they can be considered a farm or agricultural worker.
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