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  • silversliver
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    thanks

    Thanks for your speedy reply. I figured that was going to be the answer when I couldn't find anything against it after a couple hours of research.

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  • cbg
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    Yes, that is legal. It would also be legal for them to send you home early.

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  • silversliver
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    Forced Long Break Minnesota

    If an employer doesn't want to pay OT is it legal for them to force a long break in the middle of the day. For instance you have a shift from 8-8 but they realize that after 9 hours you'll be on overtime. So they tell you that you need to take a lunch from 2-5 then come back for 3 hours.
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