Do You Have Questions About Meal Breaks At Work?
When you are at work, does your employer deny you lunch breaks or force you to work through your scheduled break time? If so, your employer may be violating California labor laws. Seeking help from qualified legal counsel can help ensure that you receive what you are owed.
At The Law Offices of Scott A. Miller, APC, our attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights of workers in California. We have extensive experience representing scores of workers in class action suits when employer abuse is widespread. To learn more about how we may be able to help you, call 800-417-2008
When Are You Entitled To A Lunch Break?
What Counts As A Meal Break?
What Happens If My Employer Doesn't Provide Me With The Required Meal Break?
If You Believe Your Employer Is Violating Lunch Break Laws, Contact Us
If you are being denied breaks at work, your employer may owe you financial damages. Call us at 800-417-2008 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our lawyers.
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Meal Breaks and the California Labor Code
What the Law on Meal Breaks in California for non-exempt employees?
Which groups of employees do I hear from the most?
I mostly hear from hourly employees of large employers. For example, security guards are not relieved at all or not relieved by the fifth hour. Persons that work the sales counters at department stores. Cashiers. Inbound tech or sales support. Service employees who work out of vans or trucks. Delivery persons and messengers.
This is just a small sample of employees that work in these type of industries. However, the list goes on and on.