California Supreme Court to clarify workplace break laws

The California Supreme Court is set to hear a case that could clarify an employer's responsibilities when it comes to making sure workers get the breaks they're entitled to by law. In a case that could become a class-action lawsuit against Chili's and Maggiano's parent Brinker International, five plaintiffs claim the company violated state law when it failed to ensure they took their breaks.

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