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By Anonymous - / Monday 24 August 2015 21:28 / Italy - Genova
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  shinxanta  |  21

Only if the OP is a minor. I doubt that is the case though...

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  corky1992  |  30

Not all companies offer paid lunches though. My last job didnt. I don't think it's legal to be denied a lunch break, but the laws may be different there.

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  I_Bite  |  22

Really depends on their minimum hour limit (some have 4 some 5-6) and if they give you a paid break or not. I've never had a job that allows more than a 10 minute paid break

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  Vanderdale  |  8

In Australia you're entitled to a break after five hours at maximum, in some industries such as retail you're entitled to a break at four hours. Not sure what the situation is like in Italy.

By  potaytoe  |  5

Nope ^^ very illegal

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  xHoiHoi  |  13

You know the reply button exist. U pleb

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