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Whole Foods Cuts Paid Breaks for Many US Workers From 15 to 10 Minutes

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Whole Foods Cuts Paid Breaks for Many US Workers From 15 to 10 Minutes

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Whole Foods Market announced a change in its break policy for many employees working at the supermarket chain, cutting rest time from 15 minutes to 10 minutes in stores nationwide. Employees at stores in parts of Southern California, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South will be affected under this new policy, reducing the previous 15 minutes paid break to 10 minutes, Motherboard reported. “Team members are permitted to take at least one paid 10-minute rest break per shift,” the grocery store chain announced in a statement on Twitter, adding that employees “must be back at the workstation no more than five (5) minutes after the rest break or after clocking back in from the meal period.” “Returning late from a meal or rest period or leaving early for a meal period may result in corrective action under the current time and attendance policy,” the statement continues. The goal of the …

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