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Minnesota Statutes 177.253 - Mandatory Work Breaks

Minnesota Statutes > Labor, Industry > Chapter 177 > Fair Labor Standards Act > § 177.253. Mandatory Work Breaks


Current as of: 2010

Subdivision 1. Rest breaks.

An employer must allow each employee adequate time from work within each four consecutive hours of work to utilize the nearest convenient restroom.

Subd. 2. Collective bargaining agreement.

Nothing in this section prohibits employers and employees from establishing rest breaks different from those provided in this section pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement.

History:

1988 c 559 s 1

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