Asked in Labor and Employment Law
Labor and Employment Law
Are part-time employees entitled to a lunch break?
Asked in Labor and Employment Law, Publix
Does Publix offer their employees with a break other than a lunch break?
As a conscientious employer, Publix observes all the federal and state laws concerning labor. If you work for six hours, the federal law says that you are entitled to a lunch break of at least 1/2 hour. For seven hours, you are also entitled to a ten minute break plus the lunch break. For an eight hour shift, you are entitled to two ten minute breaks and a one hour lunch break. Publix vigorously enforces the law. State law may vary in your state, and Publix has certain employees in your district to make sure these laws are observed.
Asked in Human Resources
Does federal law require employers to give employees a lunch break?
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What are some examples of workplace discrimination?
Asked in Business & Finance, Jobs & Education
How long is the normal break?
In most companies nonexempt employees are given two 15 minute work breaks and one 30 minute lunch break every workday. Exempt employees typically are only given one 30 to 60 minute lunch break every workday, but as long as they get the work done exempt employees are usually permitted to manage their own time and may take unscheduled breaks not normally allowed for nonexempt employees.
Asked in Smoking and Tobacco Use
Are you entitled to a smoking break at work?
I have just looked this up and apparently by law, Employers only have to provide a break every 6 hours, which is usually done as a lunch break. So they do not HAVE to give a smoke break. I have just looked this up and apparently by law, Employers only have to provide a break every 6 hours, which is usually done as a lunch break. So they do not HAVE to give a smoke break.
what are the coffee break and lunch break laws in Iowa?
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Are you entitled to a lunch break if you worked an eight hour shift and is paid eight hour?
I'm not sure about legalities, but it is standard occupational practices to offer a 30 minute or 1 hour paid lunch break to full-time employees working 8 hour shifts. Part-time employees often get unpaid breaks, but they are still offered at least 30 minutes during an 8-hour shift. In addition, many employers volunteer additional 15-minute breaks depending on the type of work. --- Around about 8 or 9 pounds ?
Why don't salary employees get a lunch break?
Asked in Human Resources
If im working from 11 am till around 4 pm around 5 hours is it all right for your employer to take an hour out of your pay for lunch?
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What are the release dates for Lunch Break - 2012?
You work a six and a quarter hour day what are you entitled to in the day?
It depends on the type of job you have. When working in retail, working over five ours entitles you to a lunch of at least 30 or 45 min. On top of that one 10 min break. However, I am a teacher so me working 6.5 hours entitles me to either a 20 min break or a 30 min lunch and one 10 min break depending on the number of children are there. A lot of times, employees are asked to sign a paper saying that they acknowledge that there is a possibility that they do not get a break regardless number of hours you work in a day. Especially in the education field, you pretty much eat when the kids do.