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  • Pattymd
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    Let's try one more time. Work 4 hours before lunch, get a 10-minute break sometime during that 4-hour period. Take lunch. Work 4 hours after lunch, get a 10-minutes break sometime during the second 4 hours. Lunch is NOT a rest break.

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  • Betty3
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    Here is a link for you re meal & rest breaks Kentucky -

    http://www.uschamber.com/sb/business...05_4119_KY.asp

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  • crimsondragon24
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    so if we work four hours get a lunch then work four more hours he doesnt have to give us a break?

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  • Betty3
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    You get a paid 10 min. break for every 4 hours worked.

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  • crimsondragon24
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    does that mean we get a break every 2 hours in addition to our lunch?

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  • Betty3
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    Adult employees in Ky. are entitled to a paid 10-min. break for every 4 hrs. worked & a "reasonable period" for meals (ordinarily 30 min. or more) no sooner than 3 hrs. or later than 5 hrs. into the shift. Meal breaks are unpaid as long as they are duty-free.

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  • crimsondragon24
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    Kentucky Rest Requirements

    I work in several different states and will be working in Kentucky this week. In Kentucky it says that for every four hours worked you get a 10 min break. My boss says he doesnt have to give us breaks because we get a one hour lunch. we sometimes work 12 hour days with just the lunch. the lunch is also not paid. Can he do this?
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