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In California, your employer is required to post the applicable labor laws. One of the required posters covers meal periods and rest breaks. You should be getting two paid breaks of at least 10 minutes, and one unpaid meal period of at least 30 minutes (but it's okay to require longer). The key here is that you can't be required to work during the meal ...


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First, I will say that this is not the place to go for matters of law. We are not lawyers here. My guess is that this is legal, as I'll explain further on, but I'll tell you with certainty that you don't want to pursue a legal solution. The hours thing here is relatively minor, and the only thing you could possibly win would be a marginally improved ...


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