Hours of labor for full time employees — Compensatory time — Premium pay.
The hours of labor for each full time employee shall be a maximum of eight hours in any workday and forty hours in any work week.
Employees required to work in excess of the eight-hour maximum per day or the forty-hour maximum per week shall be compensated by not less than equal hours of compensatory time off or, in lieu thereof, a premium rate of pay per hour equal to not less than one-one hundred and seventy-sixth of the employee's gross monthly salary: PROVIDED, That in the event that an employee is granted compensatory time off, such time off should be given within the calendar year and in the event that such an arrangement is not possible the employee shall be given a premium rate of pay: PROVIDED FURTHER, That compensatory time and/or payment thereof shall be allowed only for overtime as is duly authorized and accounted for under rules and regulations established by the secretary.
[1981 c 136 § 67; 1979 c 141 § 143; 1970 ex.s. c 18 § 60; 1953 c 169 § 1. Formerly RCW 43.19.255.]
| Effective date -- 1981 c 136: See RCW 72.09.900.|
Effective date -- Severability -- 1970 ex.s. c 18: See notes following RCW 43.20A.010.