meals-or-breaksDid your employer fail to provide you with ten minute rest breaks or a thirty minute meal break as required by law? Were you told to clock out for a meal break then forced to work through the break period while off the clock? Were you forced to clock out and stop working to take a meal break even when you did not want to? California law requires most employees be provided regular meal and breaks during the work day to allow time for eating, resting, and attending to personal business. Employers that to fail to follow those rules are subject to penalties and damages. We are available to evaluate your issues free of charge and take appropriate action if you have not been properly provided meal and rest breaks. Contact us for a free evaluation of your case.