Worked Through Breaks Without Pay? Lunch Break Deductions?

If you are doing any kind of activity during your “break” that benefits your employer, you may be entitled to be paid for such time. Some companies have policies that “automatically” deduct time from employee time cards for their breaks. But each year, many lawsuits are filed because of this contradiction. Whether it as simple as not being allowed to punch in during your break when you are working or your employer just deducts your break time regardless of whether a time card has accurate information on how much time you actually spent on breaks, full time employees may be entitled to seek reimbursement for unpaid wages.

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