California labor laws require any shift over 6 hours to have a designated 30 minute break. In order to be in compliance with this, the time frame the employee "breaks" for must not be LESS than 30 minutes. While employees and managers are aware of this, it is worrisome if an employee tries to clock in even a minute before their 30 minute break is over.
Putting a restriction on their ability to clock back in before that break period has passed, would prevent this issue altogether!
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