Are You Rounding Times for Meal Periods? Stop!
April 21, 2021
The California Supreme Court overturned an appellate court decision approving the use of “rounding policies” for meal periods, finding that the thirty-minute meal period was too severely impacted by losing even a few minutes.
Employers can still use a “rounding policy” for the beginning and end times of work periods, as long as the policy is fair and neutral on its face and in practice.
(Dononhue v. AMN Services, LLC (2021) 11 Cal.5th 58.)
Related practice team: Labor and Employment