# When do minimum daily hours do not apply?

## When do minimum daily hours do not apply?

The minimum daily pay requirements do not apply when an employee who is scheduled to work more than 8 hours is: fails to comply with Part 3 of the Workers Compensation Act.

## How to find minimum completion time of scheduled tasks?

Topological sort is the right approach. It helps in identifying the task dependencies and finding the sum of durations of all the tasks that are dependent on each other. You have to repeat the process for each unvisited task until you find the sum of each set of dependent tasks.

When do you get 2 hours minimum daily pay?

At 7:00 am the employee is sent home because of unsuitable weather. The employee is entitled to receive 2 hours minimum daily pay according to subsection (3) This subsection ensures that employees are paid the greater of actual time worked or the minimum daily pay they are entitled to depending on the circumstances described above.

What’s the minimum number of hours an employee can work?

The minimum requirements depend on the number of hours the employee had previously been scheduled to work on that day as follows: A grocery store employee reports to work for a 4 hour shift. The manager sends the employee home before she starts work because the store is not busy. The employee is entitled to be paid for 2 hours minimum daily pay.

### What is the minimum hours I can schedule an employee to?

As many as you need. What you are referring to is reporting time pay, which states that when you schedule an employee to work, and they show up, and you send them home, they get 1/2 of their scheduled hours, but in no event less than 2 hours (take a look at the IWC Wage Orders for the exact language).

Topological sort is the right approach. It helps in identifying the task dependencies and finding the sum of durations of all the tasks that are dependent on each other. You have to repeat the process for each unvisited task until you find the sum of each set of dependent tasks.

### Is there a minimum number of hours between shifts?

Each state’s department of labor is responsible for creating and enforcing its own hour and wage laws, yet none have a requirement for the minimum number of hours between shifts. Certain states may, however, require split shift pay in these instances. For example, New York requires an additional hour of pay for employees who work split shifts.

Is there a minimum number of hours you can work in California?

Legally speaking, there is not a minimum number of hours. The four-hour minimum shift rule does not mean that employers are required to schedule workers for at least four shifts. This is a common misconception: there are no minimum hours for part-time in California or minimum hours for full-time.