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Marlo v. United Parcel Service, Inc. (Cal. App. Div. 2011)

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Court Rules On Premium Payments For Denied Meal And Rest Periods

Fisher Phillips • July 05, 2011
California law regulates meal and rest periods, requiring employers to provide their employees an unpaid 30-minute meal period after working for five hours, and a second meal period after 10 hours, with a 10-minute rest period for each four hours of work or major fraction thereof. Employees required to work through their breaks are entitled to a premium payment subject to a limit each day.