Working time

Standard working time, night work, overtime, rest periods, young workers.

USA :: Daily and weekly rest breaks

Employees who work more than 30 hours a week or more than six hours a day (on any day) in California are entitled to one day of rest every seven days …

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USA :: Professional drivers

The one place where excessive hours are recognized to be a safety issue is in road transport …

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USA :: Fluctuating and Fair workweeks

Although “non-exempt workers” under the FLSA are entitled to be paid overtime at set premium rates, there is a facility to operate fluctuating workweeks (FWW) …

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USA :: Meal and short rest breaks

There is no federal legal framework governing the provision of work breaks per se …

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USA :: Nursing mothers in the workplace

The federal Fair Labor Standards Act offers some level of protection for breastfeeding employees through the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act amendment …

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USA :: On-call working

Employees are often employed with “on-call obligations” …

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USA :: Workweek, overtime and predictive scheduling

Federal legislation Under federal law an employee is considered full-time if they work 35 hours a week …

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