In the case of Taylor and Shegog v. Jacob Healthcare, in the State Court of California, we analyzed the alleged impact of the defendant’s time clock rounding policy. The allegations of the case included the defendant altering time worked each time an employee clocked in or out, and the defendant’s failure to include birthday bonuses into employee’s regular rates of pay for the purposes of calculating overtime compensation. In addition, we examined the allegation that the defendant failed to provide meal periods before five hours of work, if at all and rest periods every 4 hours.