Clarifying 'Show-Up' And Split-Shift Wage Orders

Law360, New York (January 30, 2012, 1:41 PM EST) -- The California Court of Appeal has resolved two frequent questions arising under California’s reporting-time pay and split-shift premium requirements.

The decision in Aleman v. AirTouch Cellular considered whether employers owe reporting-time pay to employees on days when employees report just for scheduled meetings. It held that when meetings have been scheduled, employers owe reporting time pay only if the employee works less than half of the scheduled time on those days. The measure is not the usual hours worked by the employee on other days....
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