Court: Employers Don't Have To Enforce Lunch Break

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Court: Employers Don't Have To Enforce Lunch Break

The California Supreme Court ruled that employers were under no obligation to ensure workers take their legally mandated lunch breaks. What do you think?

  • "Not in my store. I look over my employees with an eagle eye to make sure they're resting."

    Andrew Baker
    Systems Analyst
  • "Fine by me. I prefer to heat up my salmon steak on the Foreman grill and eat it while I work anyway."

    Claire Nelson
    Tube Sorter
  • "What did the court say about drinking under your desk?"

    Sean Baynes