Is My Employer Required To Give Me Time Off For Lunch Or Breaks?
If you are over 18 years of age, Indiana law does not require your employer to give time off for lunch or breaks. Indiana employers must provide a continuous 30minute break to teens under the age of 18, who are scheduled to work six or more consecutive hours.
Additional Labor & Employment Law Articles
- What is the minimum wage in the Indiana?
- Can My Employer Terminate Me For No Reason?
- Must My Employer Pay Me For Sick Days, Personal Days And Holidays?
- If I Am Fired, When Is My Last Paycheck Due?
- Is A Work Permit Required For Employment Of A Minor?
- Are There Restrictions On The Hours A Minor Is Permitted To Work?
- What Kind Of Jobs Are Minors Prohibited From Doing?
- Can I Work Two Part Time Jobs?
- What Are The Eligibility Requirements To Receive Unemployment Benefits?
- How Much Compensation Can I Receive?
- How Do I File My Claim For Unemployment Benefits?
- Can I Collect Benefits If I Quit Or Am Fired From My Job?
- What Is An Overpayment?
- Do I Have To Pay Taxes On Unemployment Benefits?
- What Can I Do If I Disagree With A Determination Of Eligibility?
- What Can I Do If I Disagree With The Aljs Decision?
- What Employers Are Required To Pay Unemployment Taxes?
- How Do I Set Up A Tax Account?
- What Is The Tax Rate That A New Employer Will Have To Pay?
- Where Can I Get More Information On Suta?
- Please Explain The New Hire Program
- How Do I Report New Hires?