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2 sample meal and rest period policy - doc

Written By www.4geniecivil.com on mercredi 12 octobre 2016 | 04:31


Example of MEAL AND REST PERIOD POLICY ( doc) : download here

Extract : Meal Periods: All employees are entitled to thirty (30) minute meal period for each work period of five hours during the workday, unless they work no more than six hours and waive the meal period as provided in this policy. Employees who work more than ten hours in one day are entitled to two thirty (30) minute meal periods, but may waive the second meal period as provided in this policy.

Sample Policy on Meal and Rest Periods  (doc) : download here


Extract : (What happened, when, where?) The Sodexo California Meal Period and Rest Break Policy requires that 30-minute meal periods be started by the end of your fifth hour of work. Second meal periods must be started by the end of the tenth hour of work. Our records show that you signed off on this policy on _______________________ (date). On ___________ you [failed to take a meal period] [clocked/signed out for your meal period after the end of the fifth hour of work] [clocked/signed out for your second meal period after the end of the tenth hour of work] [returned from your meal period early]. This is your [second] [third and final] such violation of this policy. Attached is the California Meal Period and Rest Break Policy and Acknowledgement Form for you to read again and acknowledge.


meal and rests break example :

 Meal Periods 
The schedule for meal periods should be established on the basis of work requirements in each office. Staggered meal periods may be necessary in customer service locations. Supervisors should make sure that each location is adequately staffed and that someone with authority to resolve minor problems is available at all times. Supervisors should allow employees to take at least 30 minutes and not more than one hour, for meals, depending on the needs of each office.

Rest Periods 
Two rest periods of 15 minutes each should be permitted each day. The schedule for these breaks should depend completely on the needs of each office. Rest periods are considered time worked, and employees will receive compensation for such periods.






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