Exceptions to the general overtime law
IWC Order 
Affected Employees 
Exceptions 
All Orders, except Orders 14 and 15 
All employees subject to a validly adopted alternative workweek schedule 

Orders 4 and 5 
Employees in the healthcare industry who are subject to a validly adopted alternative workweek schedule 
No violation of the daily overtime provisions by an employer covered by Order 5 who institutes a validly adopted alternative workweek schedule that provides for workdays exceeding 10 hours but not more than 12 hours within a 40hour workweek without the payment of overtime, provided that:

Order 5 
Employees of a hospital or an establishment which is an institution primarily engaged in the care of the sick, the aged, or the mentally ill or defective who reside on the premises 
Employees working in accordance with a 14 consecutive day work period in lieu of a workweek of seven consecutive days must be paid one and onehalf times their regular rate of pay for hours worked in excess of eight in a workday and 80 in the 14day period. Such an arrangement must be pursuant to an agreement or understanding arrived at between the employer and employee. No double time is required. 
Order 5 
No daily or weekly overtime required provided employee does not work more than 54 hours and not more than six days in a workweek. In an emergency, employee may work over 54 hours or more than six days in a workweek and must be paid not less than one and onehalf times employee's regular rate of pay for all such excess hours. No double time required. 

Order 5 
No daily overtime. No weekly overtime required, provided employee does not work more than 40 hours nor more than six days in a workweek. In an emergency, employee may work over 40 hours or more than six days in a workweek and must be paid not less than one and onehalf times employee's regular rate of pay for all such excess hours. No double time required. 

Order 5 
Resident managers of homes for the aged having less than eight beds 
No daily overtime. No weekly overtime required, provided, employee does not work more than 40 hours nor more than six days in a workweek. In an emergency, employee may work over 40 hours or more than six days in a workweek and must be paid not less than one and onehalf times employee's regular rate of pay for all such excess hours. No double time required. 
Order 5 
Employees directly responsible for children under 18 receiving 24hour residential care 

Orders 5 and 9 
Ambulance drivers and attendants scheduled for 24hour shifts who have agreed in writing to exclude from daily time worked not more than three meal periods of not more than one hour each and a regularly scheduled uninterrupted sleeping period of up to eight hours. 
No daily overtime required 
Order 10 
Employees of a ski establishment during any month when Alpine or Nordic skiing activities are being conducted 

Order 12 
Extra Players 
One and onehalf times the extra player's rate of pay for the ninth (9^{th)} and tenth (10^{th)} hours of work in a workday, and not less than double the extra player's rate of pay for all hours worked in excess of 10 in a workday, computed in units of onetenth (1/10) hours. 
Order 12 
Minors, except those who are 16 and 17 years old who are not required by law to attend school 
One and onehalf times the minor's regular rate of pay for all hours worked on the (6^{th}) consecutive workday. 
Order 14 
All employees who are not otherwise exempt/excluded from the overtime provisions of Order 14 (Agricultural Occupations) 
One and onehalf times the employees regular rate of pay for all hours worked over 10 in a workday and for the first eight hours worked on the seventh (7^{th}) consecutive day of work in a workweek, and for two times the employee's regular rate of pay for all hours worked over eight on the seventh (7^{th}) consecutive day of work in a workweek. However, no overtime pay is required on the seventh (7^{th}) consecutive day of work in a workweek when the total hours of employment during such workweek do not exceed 30 and the total hours of employment in any one workday thereof do not exceed six. 
Order 15 
Livein employees 
Livein employees who are required or permitted to work (i) during the three scheduled offduty hours that fall within the 12hour span of work; or (ii) during the 12 consecutive offduty hours in a workday, must be paid overtime at the rate of one and onehalf the employee's regular rate of pay for all such hours worked. Live in employees who work in excess of five workdays in a workweek must be paid overtime at the rate of one and onehalf times the employees regular rate of pay for hours worked up to and including nine hours on the sixth (6^{th}) and seventh (7^{th}) workdays, and two times the employee's regular rate of pay for all hours worked in excess of nine hours on the sixth (6^{th}) and seventh (7^{th}) workdays. 
Order 15 
NonLivein employees who are not otherwise exempt/excluded from the overtime provisions of Order 15 (Household Occupations) 
No overtime pay is required on the seventh (7^{th}) consecutive day of work in a workweek when the total hours of employment during such workweek do not exceed 30 and the total hours of employment in any one workday thereof do not exceed six. 