California  |  Employment Law

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Asked on: 5/14/13, 12:00 am

What do I need as proof my employer is violating rest period breaks for a major widespread infraction.

They have no defined policy, and shun anyone who asks to take a break, so we all work 5 hours, 1 hour lunch, 3 hours.

Beyond showing they are not recorded, I actually had a recording talking to the HR rep and OPs manager for the company stating "they dont know how to let us know we can take breaks" and that "people prefer not to take them (mind you i asked a bunch of employees and they never heard of even having an option) , and lastly that "everyone takes 4-5 breaks a day, when they get water.".

To my knowledge rest periods in California have to be uninterrupted.

Is there anything else I would need to cement my case to submit my forms to the Labor Commissioner?

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