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Managers don't have to ensure lunch, court rules

In a case that affects thousands of businesses and millions of workers, the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday that employers are under no obligation to ensure that workers take legally mandated lunch breaks. The California high court authorized a class of workers in the st …
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