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Volume 1 Table of Contents $2.06 Employees Exempt from Overtime Pay Requirements $2.06A Domestic Work Employee Rights PARTC. OTHER RESTRICTIONS ON HOURS WORKED $207 Generally $2.08 Meal Periods $2.09 Rest Periods $2.10 ‘One Day's Rest in Seven $211 Restrictions on Hours of Duty CHAPTER 3 DETERMINING COMPENSABLE HOURS AND PROPER PAYMENT AMOUNTS PART A. DETERMINING AND MEASURING HOURS WORKED $3.01 Determining Hours Worked $3.02 Measuring Hours Worked PART B. DETERMINING THE MINIMUM PAYMENT—THE MINIMUM WAGE AND CREDITS AGAINST IT $3.03 Federal and State Minimum Wage Law Compared $3.04 ‘Minimum Wages and Method of Determination $3.05 Monetary Payments Counting Toward Minimum Wage $3.06 Limitations on Crediting Employer-Provided Facilities Against Minimum Wage Pay $307 Meals, Lodging, and Similar Facilities $3.08 Provision of Uniforms, Tools, and Equipment §3.08A, Travel and immigration Expenses $3.09 ‘Contract Provisions $3.10 Minimum Payment Requirements Other Than The Minimum Wage PARTC. DETERMINING MAXIMUM HOURS AND OVERTIME MULTIPLIERS $3. Determining Basic Maximum Hour Standards and Overtime Premium Rates $3.12 Special Maximum Hour Standards Applicable to Certain Employees $3.13 Special Alternative Work Schedules by Agreement $3.14 Use of Compensatory Time Off In Lieu of Overtime Pay PARTD. DETERMINING THE REGULAR RATE OF PAY $3.15 Regular Rate of Pay $3.16 Computation of the Regular Rate of Pay Under Different Pay Practices $3.17 Payments That May Be Excluded from the Regular Rate of Pay $3.18 Special Problems In Computing Overtime Pay $3.19 Pay Plans That Circumvent Overtime Provisions (at 2.107018 PED