Meals and Breaks in California

Do you know how many breaks you need to provide your employee in an 8 -hour shift?  How about 10 hour shift?

A Company's obligation is to release its employee of all duty, with the employee thereafter allowed to use the meal period for whatever purpose he or she desires. The 30 minute lunch break itself does not count as part of the hours worked (meaning its unpaid)


If you need more information/help on this topic, contact us today!

Wage And Hour

Almost everyone works and for those who do, there are laws that protect them.  As an employer, it is your responsibility to know and apply the Federal Labor Standard Act (FLSA) law. 


This is from classifying your employee as exempt or non-exempt, minimum wage, overtime pay, record keeping and the list goes on.

Let Koza Consulting Group help you get compliant and get you up to date with all State and Federal laws.

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San Diego, CA, USA

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