12 hour shifts in California for LVNs - Overtime calculation? - page 2

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I just started working 12-hour shifts for an Orange County Hospital. Nights from 7pm until 7:30am next morning. I'm full-time which is 3 12-hour shifts. My paycheck for 5 consecutive days had 5 hours overtime! One of... Read More


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    GM2RN- we are both correct about the holiday pay, if she actually worked on the holiday then those hours worked would count towards overtime. I was talking about companies that actually pay their workers for a holiday and do not make them work, then those holiday hours do not count towards overtime (nor do sick or vacation ). Lucky us who work in doctors offices!
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    Quote from tn1728
    GM2RN- we are both correct about the holiday pay, if she actually worked on the holiday then those hours worked would count towards overtime. I was talking about companies that actually pay their workers for a holiday and do not make them work, then those holiday hours do not count towards overtime (nor do sick or vacation ). Lucky us who work in doctors offices!
    I see. Yes, that's my understanding too. Same goes for PTO. If you work 2 scheduled shifts, take PTO for a third scheduled shift, then pick up and work a fourth shift, the PTO hours do not count as toward your 40 hours and the 3 shifts actually work are all paid at straight time wages.


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