Don't Let Your Employer Deny You Rest Breaks!

Your Rest Break Rights

In California, if you work between four and six hours in a day, you’re entitled to a paid 10-minute rest break, and if you work between six and ten hours in a day, you’re entitled to a second 10-minute rest break.

Just like meal breaks, California law requires rest breaks to be duty-free, which means you don’t have to do any work during your rest breaks and you’re free to leave the premises.

Every time you don’t get a rest break or your rest break is short or your rest break is interrupted or it’s not duty-free or you’re not free to leave the premises, you’re entitled to at least one hour of pay.

Don’t let your employer deny you proper rest breaks! Contact us to discuss your rights.

To learn more, call Civil Justice Law.