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In our company, sleeping on the job is OK, but do we have to pay employees for it?

by 07/15/2010

Q. We operate a home health care business. Our employees frequently are on duty for more than 24 hours. If employees are able to sleep during shifts that are 24 hours or more, do we have to pay them for those hours?

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