If an employer fails to give its employee the required 10-minute rest breaks or 30-minute meal break, it owes the employee an hour’s premium pay calculated at the employee’s “regular rate of compensation.” Lab. Code 226.7(c). This decision holds that “regular rate of compensation” has the same meaning than “regular rate of pay” used to compute overtime compensation. Lab. Code 510(a).  Like the overtime compensation, which includes any irregular amounts paid the employee during the work week, “regular rate of compensation” includes not just the hourly wage but also all nondiscretionary payments by the employer to the employee.