Domestic Worker Bill of Rights

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Assembly Bill 241 establishes overtime pay protection for domestic workers (i.e. nannies, housekeepers, and caregivers) employed by private individuals such that they are paid a rate of time-and-a half for all hours worked in excess of nine hours in one day or more than 45 hours in one week. This law goes into effect January 1, 2014 and will expire on January 1, 2017 at which time it can be renewed into law.

This law does not apply to casual babysitters, caretakers employed in medical, nursing, convalescent, aged, or child care facilities, or to individuals who perform services through specified in-home supportive service programs.

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