I have some questions regarding overtime pay & breaks for the General Aviation industry. Working as a line service technician or customer service representative.
1. We often work over 12 hours in a shift. Under Colorado law, is an employer required to pay overtime for over 12 hours in one day? For example, if I work three 13 hour shifts, should I receive overtime pay for 3 hours? As it is - my 3 shifts total 39 hours, therefore regular pay. If I work two 18-hour shifts - should I receive overtime for 12 hours?
2. Lunch Breaks - we are not required to "clock-out" for lunch. We are supposed to eat on the job as we have time. There are days when there is no time to stop & eat so we'll end up working 10-12 hours without a break. What are the Colorado Labor Laws in this situation.