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Meal & Rest Breaks
Pasadena Meal & Rest Breaks Attorney
Handling Cases on Behalf of Clients in Pasadena, Glendale, Los Feliz, Burbank, and Hollywood
Meal and rest breaks are paramount for hardworking individuals because it gives them the opportunity to recharge their body and mind so they can better focus on work-related tasks. California law highlights this important fact by requiring employers to provide designated rest and meal breaks to eligible employees who work a minimum number of hours.
If you believe that your employer has violated your right to meal and rest breaks, then please get in touch with Berberian Law today at (888) 849-2023.
California’s Meal & Rest Break Laws
California’s labor laws offer more protections to workers than most other states in the country. In California, all non-exempt employees are required to take mandatory meal and rest breaks during shifts. In most cases, non-exempt employees get a 30-minute meal break for every five hours they work, and a 10-minute rest break every four hours they work. Additionally, employees working more than 10 hours in a workday must take a second 30-minute meal break.
If your employer refuses to provide meal and rest breaks to non-exempt employees, then consult with our employment law attorney to learn about your rights. Call (888) 849-2023 today.
Our Legal Team Is Equipped to Advocate for Your Rights
Are you not sure what steps you need to take to hold your employer accountable for their wrongdoing? Our employment law team at Berberian Law, P.C. is here to answer all of your questions and explain your options under the law. Our team has extensive knowledge of federal and California law regarding meal and rest breaks and know exactly what it takes to fight for your rights if you have been mistreated, wronged, or exploited by your employer.
Berberian Law is passionate in our pursuit for justice and fair compensation for our clients, so please call us today at (888) 849-2023 or fill out our convenient online form to set up a free case consultation.