Legal Question in Employment Law in California

can an employer tell you that u cannot leave the premises for your lunch break?

Asked on 12/13/12, 6:00 pm

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Aryeh Leichter Leichter Law Firm, APC
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If you are not permitted to leave the premises for lunch, even if you're relieved of all work, you have not been provided an appropriate meal period and are entitled to one hour of pay for each such lunch break. Please call (213-381-6557) or email me ([email protected]) if you would like to discuss the matter further.

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Aryeh Leichter

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Answered on 12/13/12, 7:19 pm

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