The Company's policy is provide all non-exempt employees with the required meal periods, as required by law. Employees must take their meal periods; they are not optional and can only be waived by the employee under certain limited circumstances. All non-exempt employees must clock in and out or otherwise record (using a time sheet or other electronic recording method) the actual time taken for meal periods every shift.In cases in which the Company is required to provide employees with meal periods, these meal periods must be for an uninterrupted period of at least 30 minutes. In no instance can your meal period be less than 30 minutes. Employees must be relieved of all duty for the duration of the meal period, and employees are free to leave the premises during meal periods. If an employee's meal period is interrupted for any work-related reason, the employee must report such interruption to the Company and the employee must restart the interrupted meal period so that a full 30 minutes can be taken in one block.
Meal periods for employees working shifts of more than five (5) hours:
Second meal period for any employee working more than ten (10) hours: