Compensable Time on the Job

Employees must be paid their wages for all of their work time. Work time is any time spent engaged in work that benefits the employer in some way. This includes work at home, opening and closing duties, pre-shift and post-shift work, and anything that is considered "an integral and indispensable" part of the employee's principal work. For example, time spent sharpening knives by a butcher is "an integral and indispensable" part of the butcher's work. An employee is at work all hours he or she is under their employer's control and cannot engage in private pursuits. A worker who has to wait until they have an assignment is working and must be compensated. Likewise, if an employee is on-call and has restrictions on the use of free time, then that employee should be considered at work. 23945 Calabasas Rd. Suite 106, Calabasas, CA 91302 818-222-4572
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