For anyone operating a restaurant in California, a long-awaited state Supreme Court ruling in April brought clarity to the complex issue of meal and rest breaks. The ruling stemmed from a class-action lawsuit involving Chili’s Grill & Bar parent Brinker International Inc., one of the many cases that have impacted the foodservice industry over the past decade. Agreeing in part with Brinker’s argument in the case, the Supreme Court said that employers across the state must ...
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