Hourlypaid employees must receive time and one half the normal hourly rate of pay.
Exceptions include employees working in agriculture or maritime trades, physicians, dentist, attorney or accounts, health care or maintenance (hospitals, nursing homes, etc), restaurants, hotels, motels, summer camps, resorts or other recreational facility (except health clubs), salaried employees in a bona fide executive, professional or administrative capacity, telephonic delivery of customer service, sales operations and ancillary services related thereto except for employment in the telecommunications industry which are part of any collective bargaining agreement or employment contract.
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