Written by attorney Zachary Avina

A California Court Clarifies the Formula for Calculating Premium Payments When Employees Miss Meal P

A recent California court case clarified this confusion. This decision simplifies the calculation for California employers in that the premium payment is equal to one hour at the employee’s base hourly wage, NOT the regular rate of pay.

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