Meal and Rest Break Violations
Most state laws require that an employer provide an uninterrupted meal break after working a certain number of hours or working for a continuous period of 8 hours in a day. In some states, employers are required to provide an employee ten minutes of rest break for every four hours of work performed. Although these rules vary from state to state, in most instances, employers are required to allow employees some form of meal and rest break during a normal eight-hour work day.
Nuances do exist from state to state.
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