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  • Breaks And Lunch Time In Indiana

    Can Someone Work Over 8 Hours Without A Break Or Lunch?

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    Indiana

    Indiana doesn't require breaks and/or lunch periods.
    Lillian Connell

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      breaks and lunch

      i was wondering where i could go and get info on indianas laws on breaks and lunch so i could down load them , thanks bret

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        Breaks and Lunch

        You can read about it at: http://www.in.gov/labor/wagehour/estandfaq.html#breaks (Note the exception for persons under the age of 18.)
        Lillian Connell

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          Casual Employees

          I was wondering what happens with Casual workers. I'm a casual right now, and I work just over 6 hrs a night Mon-Thurs and 8-12hrs on Fridays. When I was hired I was told Casuals don't get lunch, benefits, or paid holidays. I found out last night after being at my current job for almost a year that they automatically take out 30min for lunch anytime you work over 6hrs. I haven't taken lunch ever since I started because of what I was told. Are they supposed to be taking out time for casual employees who don't even get a lunch break?

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            Bubba, I answered your question on your own thread in the other forum.
            I don't respond to Private Messages unless the moderator specifically refers you to me for that purpose. Thank you.

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