|Last Updated||July 14, 2020|
A California employee working more than five (5) hours per day must be provided a meal period of at least thirty (30) minutes. However, if an employee's total workday is no longer than six (6) hours, the employee and employer can mutually agree to waive the second meal period. Employers may use this form to establish such an agreement with an eligible employee.
To learn more about California meal and rest period regulations, visit the CA Dept. of Industrial Relations website.
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|NHF10017.3 Voluntary Election Meal Break Waiver for 6 Hour Shifts (CA).pdf|