Lunch break in France is usually about 2 hours.
French lunch breaks are one hour long.
In most companies nonexempt employees are given two 15 minute work breaks and one 30 minute lunch break every workday. Exempt employees typically are only given one 30 to 60 minute lunch break every workday, but as long as they get the work done exempt employees are usually permitted to manage their own time and may take unscheduled breaks not normally allowed for nonexempt employees.
Yes salary workers do get a lunch break by policy. It depends on how long someone is working though. 6 - 8 hours = 30 minute lunch break
The usual lunch break is 1H30 to 2 hours long in France. This allows pupils living in the vicinity to commute home and back to school after lunch.
a typical lunch break is 1:00 to 1:30.
The usual lunch break is usually 1H30, sometimes up to 2 hours long in France. This allows pupils living in the vicinity to commute home and back to school after lunch.
2 hours long, known as comida
It is acceptable to conduct your private business on your government computer as long as you do it on your break or during lunch time
typically 30-45 minutes
Break time : About ten or fifteen minutes. Lunch : Between thirtee minutes and one hour and a half.
Factory workers usually get a 30 minute lunch break. There aren't many benefits to working a factory