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Can employers force workers to stay on site for meal breaks?

In California, employees must receive one lunch break of at least 30 minutes if they work a minimum of five hours at a time. Most businesses do not care if employees stay on-site or go out to eat as long as they come back within the requested amount of time. However, what should employees do if a boss requires them to stay on the premises no matter what during a meal break? 

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