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  • California definition of work day

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    Our managers state that a work day is considered 12am to 11:59pm so the shift that I worked (4pm-7am) was split up into two shifts and doesn't show up as overtime on our time cards. If that is even correct, shouldn't there be a poster that says our workday is from 12am-1159pm. It is not stated anywhere on the labor law website or on the posters at work that that is our 24hour consecutive period. Thank you!
    Walter

    www.Californialaborlaw.info
    "California Wage and Hour Class Action Attorneys"

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    A payday notice is required (this is the state sample), but it doesn't include the workweek definition.
    http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/PaydayNotice.pdf
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