How Long Should an Employee Work before Getting a Lunch Break in NJ?


How long an employee should work before getting a lunch break in NJ is only regulated by law to those under the age of 18. The breaks are not required otherwise. Usually an employee will get a lunch break if they work more than 5 consecutive hours.
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The Fair Labor Standards Act does (FLSA) not guarantee adult employees a meal break or rest period of any kind. Federal labor law does provide a guaranteed meal break or rest period
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Sorry, but you live in the state of Misery as my parents called it when they moved out west when I was a small child. I often heard them speak of the bad employment conditions and
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