California Legislature Introduces New Bill Allowing Employers More Flexibility In Work Scheduling

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On February 20, 2008, AB 2127 was presented. If passed, AB 2127 would allow employees who work for employers with less than 25 employees the opportunity to work an alternative work week schedule, up to 10 hours per day, without the employer being required to pay the employee overtime. This would be an amendment to Labor Code Section 511, which currently provides the mechanism and procedure by which employers and employees can enjoy flexibility in scheduling, without the employer being liable for overtime.

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