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    i am not very familiar with tennessee labor laws.. but could you please answer this: I am a salary manager for a major fast food restraunt and i am scheduled 45 hours a week. now if for somereason i dont understand how i can be scheduled 45 hours to begin with. and am i suppose to get a 30 minute break as well.

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    Each employee must have a thirty (30) minute unpaid rest break or meal period if scheduled to work six (6) hours consecutively, except in workplace environments that by their nature of business provide for ample opportunity to rest or take an appropriate break. Such break shall not be scheduled during or before the first hour of scheduled work activity.

    You can be scheduled for whatever # of hrs. your employer requests you to be. (There are only a few occupations that limit the # of hrs. that can be worked - ie, airline pilot, interstate truck driver).

    You said you are a salary employee - are you exempt or non-exempt?
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