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Gov. Brown vetoes bill calling for breaks, overtime for nannies

California lawmakers considered a law that would have guaranteed rights for people working as nannies, says Bay Area employment lawyer Eric Grover.

11/05/2012 // San Francisco , CA , USA // Keller Grover LLP // Eric Grover // (Blog)

The nanny industry goes largely unchecked as many people are working in the privacy of their employers’ homes. But, nannies deserve the same rights as other workers, such as meal breaks, rest breaks and overtime pay. Unfortunately many nannies work well over 40 hours per week and receive no overtime pay or breaks, and lack real documentation of the time they actually worked, so it is especially unfortunate that Governor Brown vetoed the bill, says Eric Grover, a Bay Area employment lawyer.

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Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill Sunday that would have had a state agency develop regulations on overtime and meal breaks for nannies, maids and other domestic workers.
Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco) wrote AB 889 and used profanity to register his disagreement with the governor’s veto message, which was one of the longest issued by Brown this year.

Gov. Brown vetoes bill calling for breaks, overtime for nannies



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