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How Many Breaks Should I Get in a 8 Hour Work Day?

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If you are working eight hours a day, you are entitled to a 20 minute uninterrupted break. According to employee rights, anyone working over six hours a day is also entitled to the 20 minute break. All employees are also entitled to an uninterrupted 11 hour break per day (24hours). This is off-duty time.
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According to the Working Time Regulations 1998, you are entitled to an uninterrupted break of 20 minutes when daily working time is more than six hours, if you are an adult. If a young worker, you are required to work more than four and half-hours at a time and a break of 30 minutes and 2 days off every week.
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