Rest Periods and Breaks

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California employees must be provided with a 10 minute rest period after they have worked 2 hours and for each 4 hours that are worked. There is an exception for short day employees who do not work a certain period of time.

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  • Easy to follow analysis of how the rest period law works

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  • When the short day exception applies

  • Penalties for not giving employees rest breaks

  • What happens if an employee does not take their break?

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