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  • bigtoe416
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    Sockeye has a good point, if you worked on the same day where you worked midnight to 8am then you'd be entitled to overtime.

    CA Labor Code defines a workday as:
    (a) "Workday" and "day" mean any consecutive 24-hour period
    commencing at the same time each calendar day.

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  • Sockeye
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    Originally posted by klhouck
    I recently worked a 16 hour shift from 4pm to 8am, and was told that since the new day starts at midnight, I would receive no overtime for the shift. Is this allowed?
    Did you work again the same day the last 8 hours fell on?

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  • Pattymd
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    That is correct under the law. Each work day stands alone.

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  • klhouck
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    16 hour shift with no overtime in CA

    I recently worked a 16 hour shift from 4pm to 8am, and was told that since the new day starts at midnight, I would receive no overtime for the shift. Is this allowed?
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