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California meal and break periods

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  • California meal and break periods

    If an employee in California is not permitted or otherwise disuaded from taking a meal break of 30 minutes uninterrupted, the employer is required to pay such employee one hours wage. Another implication, is that if such failure to pay one hour for the missed breaks results in time worked over 8 hours in one day or over 40 hours in a week, the employer is also obligated to pay overtime.
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