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California law requires 1 day of in seven but allows it to be averaged over a months time so in reality they require 4 days of a month. (labor code 551) in California if you work seven days in the same work week then the seventh day is overtime of 1&1/2 time for the first 8 hours and double time for anything over 8 hours. it does not matter how many hours total in the week the seventh day is overtime. the twelve days straight fell 6 days in each work week then unless you have more then 40 hours in a week they would be regular pay.
For those who do not know, Blue Laws are an assortment of laws, mostly in the South, forcing the closure of all businesses on Sunday until after usually 1PM. These were spearheaded by clergy to get seats in the pews for Sunday service, their main income time. They did not really care what people did at other times or they would have taught people a better understanding of how God wishes them to live. Some have phrased it as "live like a heathen 6 and a half days a week, just pretend to be a Christian Sunday morning." Growing up in the South when these laws were in force let you hear interesting things. By and large, these laws have been struck down. Alcohol laws also were influenced by this. In Tiverton of all things the hours on Sunday were changed when the state got pro-football! Every state and county has its own alcohol sale laws. NC's on Sunday, did not start until 1PM. Football got it pushed back till noon. As to its value, if the clergy can only keep the flock righteous by force of state law, they are not doing a very good job of it are they?
In general you can work every day of the week straight. In a 7 day period (this can be determined by your employer, could be Sunday-Saturday, Saturday-Friday, Monday-Sunday, etc) you are paid at your normal rate for the first 40 hours and then time and half for anything above that. For Cali specifically check out this website: an employee works unauthorized overtime is the employer obligated to pay for it? A. Yes, California law requires that employers pay overtime, whether authorized or not, at the rate of one and one-half times the employee's regular rate of pay for all hours worked in excess of eight up to an including 12 hours in any workday, and for the first eight hours of work on the seventh consecutive day of work in a workweek, and double the employee's regular rate of pay for all hours worked in excess of 12 in any workday and for all hours worked in excess of eight on the seventh consecutive day of work in a workweek. An employer can discipline an employee if he or she violates the employer’s policy of working overtime without the required authorization. However, California's wage and hour laws require that the employee be compensated for any hours he or she is "suffered or permitted to work, whether or not required to do so." California case law holds that "suffer or permit" means work the employer knew or should have known about. Thus, an employee cannot deliberately prevent the employer from obtaining knowledge of the unauthorized overtime worked, and come back later to claim recovery. The employer must have the opportunity to obey the law.
You can work for years straight without a day off, and it will be legal. The company does not get penalized. You get paid as regular unless go over 40 hours a week and are an hourly worker--then you get overtime pay.