A new Meal and Break Rule has been created to convert a gap in your employees’ hours to either meal or break hours. These rules can be configured to target a gap in time where the duration is greater than x, but less than y minutes. This new setting allows your employees to punch in or out without having them define a meal or break entry. It’s great for your “Quick Punch” employees.
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We’re excited to give you this sneak peek for one of our new and frequently requested features that will be available in the February 2018 release: The ability to request time off directly from the time-card screen!
The California Supreme Court is set to rule on a class action time and attendance lawsuit involving employees' meal and break allowances, the Mercury News reports.
Meal breaks are a unique part of the Fair Labor Standards Act. They aren't required under the law, but are regulated if provided by employers.