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No Breaks at work!

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My previous emplyer refused to let me have a break whilst at work, I worked for 8/9 hours a day... paid a fixed wage of £270 a week but refused to let me have a break... I had to eat and drink whilst on the job. Is this aloud??

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No, it is not allowed, search the internet for employment law


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By law you're entitled to a 20 minute unpaid break in a 6 hour shift as a minimum.

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How would i go about this? Warn the employer about there actions? How would everyone else go about this? I worked for the company for 4 years and didnt get one break

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whats done is done imo, you could have done somthing at the time but as you are no longer employed by them i cant see what you can do now


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advise employer to speak to acas about it and the legal position.

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