No. If you are scheduled to work 6 hours or more in a day, you have the right to a 30 minute break. You must be able to leave the workplace during your break, and you must be completely free of all work duties. If your employer makes you work through your lunch break, stay at your desk, answer phones or otherwise not allow you to leave, your employer has to pay you your hourly wage during your lunch break (i.e. it becomes a paid lunch break).
Can my boss make me work during lunch?
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