HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO FILE A REST PERIOD CLAIM?
If you have a claim for your employer not giving you enough or any rest period during your work, the length of time you have to file a claim is within three (3) years of the alleged rest period violation.
In the case of Murphy v. Cole, the California Supreme Court held that the remedy for meal and rest period violations of “one additional hour of pay” under Labor Code section 226.7 is a wage subject to a three-year statute of limitations.
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