California governor wants daily overtime reinstated

Seal, Kathy
April 1999
Hotel & Motel Management;04/19/99, Vol. 214 Issue 7, p15
Trade Publication
Reports that California Governor Gray Davis has pledged to reinstate daily overtime, and bills that would do so have been introduced in both the California Assembly and Senate. Industrial Welfare Commission's repeal of the daily-overtime requirement in January 1998; Benefits of the lack of a daily-vertime rule for the hospitality industry; Provisions of the bills designed to restore the daily-overtime requirement.


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