This week’s question comes from M.P. who asks, I have been working for a moving company here in The Bay Area that requires the employees show up in the yard at 6:30 a.m., check the trucks, load moving blankets, wait for assignment to a job, and then drive the moving truck to the job, get gas, etc. We must be there at 6:30 but they do not pay us for the time we are required to show up to the yard and for the drive to the job in their truck. We don’t start getting paid until we arrive on the job site to begin the move- that is when they begin charging the customer. Is this legal? What are my rights?