Meal Break Laws for States

While most states just follow the federal guidelines for rest and meal breaks, many states have very specific rules, guidelines and laws about what constitutes a meal break.

This page contains data from the different states' web sites in cases where the states have specific language in the labor code defining the meal break requirements.

iNetTime can be configured, by location, to follow the specific meal break laws for the different states. In addition, users can file electronic waivers for meal breaks (if applicable) and managers can run reports on missed meal breaks. In states where there is a financial penalty paid to the employee for missed meal breaks (one hour of flat time per missed meal break in the case of California), iNetTime can be configured to automatically add the penalty pay to the export hours for the user.


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