California employers are bracing for confusion as the Legislature moves to reinstate overtime laws based on the eight-hour work day.

Under AB 60, workers would collect overtime if they work more than eight hours in a given day. Since 1997, the state has allowed eight million workers overtime after they accrue 40 hours of work in a week, which means employers can schedule a worker for more than eight hours a day without paying overtime.

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