Employees May Be Entitled to Reporting Time Pay for Shift Call-Ins

Last month, the California Second District Court of Appeal held that the on-call scheduling may trigger Wage Order 7’s reporting time pay requirements. The Court's explained: "on-call shifts burden employees, who cannot take other jobs, go to school, or make social plans during on-call shifts—but who nonetheless receive no compensation from [their employer] unless they ultimately are called in to work. This is precisely the kind of abuse that reporting time pay was designed to discourage." (See, Ward v. Tilly's - filed Feb. 4, 2019, Second District, Div. Three - 2019 S.O.S. 638.)


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