Assembly, Processing and Production Line Workers

Assembly, processing, and production line workers are often not fully relieved of duty during meal or rest breaks (especially if the line does not shut down for breaks). These workers are also frequently required to sign on-duty meal break agreements, which agreements are often illegal and unenforceable. Affected employees may be owed one hour of pay under Labor Code sections 226.7 and 512, and the applicable Wage Orders, for each day a legally compliant meal or rest break is not provided.

Milhaupt and Cohen has recovered significant amounts for thousands of processing and production line workers in California, and been instrumental in changing employer work policies for the prospective benefit of the affected employees.

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