Employees working more than 6 hours get a meal break
Workers have a right to at least a 30-minute meal break if they work more than six hours during a calendar day. During their meal break, workers must be free of all duties and free to leave the workplace. This break may be unpaid. Employers may require workers to take their meal breaks.
Employees may agree to work through their meal breaks, but they must be paid
If, at the request of the employer, a worker agrees to work or stay at the workplace during the meal break, the worker must be paid for that time.
Meal breaks may be used for prayer or other activities
The meal break is the worker's free time. Workers must be allowed to pray during their meal breaks.