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In Sweden (with very rigorous worker protection legislation) you do not have to get a 15 minute break if your shift is 4 hours long (but you are allowed 5 minutes each hour).

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Q: If you work 4 hours do you get a 15 minute break?

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Well it depends on the workplace - where I work (I am sixteen, and I work at a fast food restaurant... surprise, surprise...) I get a 30 minute break every 5 hours, so I guess if you work 2.5 or 3 hours you could get A 15 minute break, although a friend I have gets 15 minutes per 4 hours, so like I said, it depends on the job and workplace rules.

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15 minutes for every 4 hours. Hour break for 8 hours and 2 15 minute breaks...

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For the average (US) work place, you would have the 2--15 minute coffee break times (or what ever you do on your break) as well as the 30 minute lunch period/supper break.

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Federal law states that after 5 hours you must be given one 15 minute break. If you work 8 hours you must be given another 15 minute break and a 30 minute lunch.

Well it depends on the workplace - where I work (I am sixteen, and I work at a fast food restaurant... surprise, surprise...) I get a 30 minute break every 5 hours, so I guess if you work 2.5 or 3 hours you could get A 15 minute break, although a friend I have gets 15 minutes per 4 hours, so like I said, it depends on the job and workplace rules.

Usually in the first two hours of an 8 hour shift. Supposed to have two 15 minute breaks and 1 half hour break. Shorter work shifts and you'll get a 15 minute break

This probably depends on your state, company size and whether you're in a union, but I believe by federal rules that if you work 4 hours straight you're entitled to a 15-minute break. This usually results in two 15-minute breaks a day.

7 hours, 15 minutes

15 minutes for every 4 hours. Hour break for 8 hours and 2 15 minute breaks...

Less than 3.5 hours - no breaks 3.5 hours - 1 10minute break 5.5 hours - 1 10 minute, and 1 30 minute break7 hours - 2 10 minutes and 1 30 minute break 10 hours - 3 10 minute breaks and 2 30 minute breaks 13.5 hours - 4 10 minute breaks and 2 30 minute breaks 15 hours - 4 10 minute breaks and 3 30 minute breaksSo 6 hours 45 minutes would give you 1 10 and 1 30 minute break...1 10 minute every 3.5 hours and 1 30 minute every 5 hours.

Yes, due to the fact if u work in the heat all day they MUST let u sit down and eat or just let u cool off for a few minutes. This depends on how many hours you work in a day. If you work 6 hours in a day your employer is required to give you a 30 minute break for lunch, if you work 4 hours, then they are required to give you a 15 minute break-- both of these can be paid or unpaid, that is up to your employer

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I work at a restaurant and can be on my feet nonstop for hours on end, like 4 or 5, and when I sit down for a second because my back or feet need a rest I get yelled at. I can work all day, eat on the go while standing and finish my shift of over 8 hours on the average and never be allowed to sit. Is this legal?

please if somebody knows this ,answer it. i really need it for my English class.

Did you press the gas pedal or the brake pedal? Take a 15 minute break and then return to work.