Overtime Pay for Managers and Assistant Managers

Salaried managers and assistant managers in California are entitled to overtime pay for hours worked beyond eight hours per day or forty hours per week if they spend more than half their work time performing the same tasks that non-overtime exempt hourly, non-managerial employees work. They are also entitled to overtime if they do not customarily supervise two or more full-time non-exempt employee positions. Functions such as selling, cashiering, stocking, inventory, setting up, tearing down, bartending, waiting tables, cleaning, delivering, and similar tasks are non-managerial and do not count towards the minimum managing hours required for an employer to avoid paying overtime pay.

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