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Date:
31 December 2016
Country:
United States of America
Title:
Pay equality & rights of domestic workers & immigrants strengthened under new laws.
Publication:
Asian Journal
Reporter:
Sayas, Jr., C. Joe.
Description:

After the Domestic Worker Bill of Rights law took effect in 2014, which entitled personal attendants, such as nannies and caregivers, to overtime pay for work beyond 9 hours per day or 45 hours per week,  California lawmakers had three years (or until 2017) to either revoke the overtime pay for personal attendants or make it permanent. On September 12, 2016, lawmakers decided to make the overtime law for personal attendants permanent.

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