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    I was wondering whether under Labor Code 510, if an employer is required to pay both daily and weekly overtime. The scenario that I am describing is where the employees workweek consists of three (3) twelve (12) hour shifts thirty six (36) hour workweek (no “alternate work schedule” in place) and the employee then works a fourth (4th) twelve (12) hour shift now taking him over forty (40) hours. The employee is paid daily overtime for hours past eight (8) for each twelve (12) hour shift and so the question is on the fourth (4th) day, the first four (4) hours is straight time taking the employee to forty (40) and then would the next eight (8) hours be overtime, or is that “PYRAMIDING?"


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