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Old March 5th, 2022, 12:41 AM   #1
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Not all states allow 30-minute lunch breaks and two 10-minute breaks, but to be sure, we thoroughly read and reviewed each state's compliance laws on meal breaks and rest breaks. Meal and rest break compliance laws by state Alabama Alabama does not require employers to pay for meals and breaks, but they must follow all of the federal laws listed above. Federal law states that “although breaks are not mandatory, employers must compensate employees for the time they spend working and for shorter breaks during the day. An employer who chooses to grant a longer meal break, during which the employee is relieved of all his duties, does not have to pay the employee for this period”.

This is true for any state that does not require employers to pay for meal breaks and breaks. Alaska Alaska's state laws are a bit different, although again they must follow all federal laws. Alaska Law 23.10.350(c) requires that “Employers provide at least a 30-minute break to employees ages 14 through 17 if they work five (5) or more consecutive hours. The break must take place after the first hour and a half of work but before the start of email list the last hour of work”. Additionally, “Alaskan employers are not required to grant breaks to employees 18 years of age or older. However, if an employer chooses to grant a break, he must compensate his employees for the break time if it is 20 minutes or less. Meal periods provided by employers of more than 20 minutes must not be paid, as long as the employees are not performing any work”.

Finally, while Alaska state law does not require employers to provide nursing mothers with paid breaks, the FLSA requires that non-exempt nursing mothers "or one (1) year after the birth of a child with reasonable breaks to express milk and private spaces, other than a bathroom, to express breast milk”. Arizona There are no mandatory laws requiring Arizona to pay for meal breaks and breaks. Although the law requires it, "an employer provides 2 ten-minute breaks during a shift, the employer must compensate the employee during the breaks". Also, if an employer does not want to pay for meal breaks, an employee must stop working during their meal break. Arkansas There is no state law in Arkansas that requires employers to schedule meal and rest breaks.
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