Under Wage Order 16, an employer must pay a worker at least the minimum wage for mandated travel time between the place where the employer first exerts control over the employee and the place where the employee performs work.  Here, the employee was entitled to minimum wage for all time spent from the check in point, waiting for and then taking the employer’s bus to and back from the point of work.  Though the employer and the workers’ union may agree that the employees are not entitled to the regular rate of pay for travel time, they cannot waive the employees’ right to at least the minimum wage for that period.