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Texas does not require businesses to five their enployees breaks. It is federal law that business must pay their employees for breaks that are 20 minutes or under, but that no break must actually be given.
First of all, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) (which is Federal Law)
does not dictate whether States have to mandate breaks.
As for States that do mandate breaks, you are somewhat correct, but there are plenty of "exigent" circumstances that will absolve "Mens Rea", which is the intent to do a crime, or negligence, which is disregard of laws or regulations that results in a crime, thus the employer is not at fault of a crime. The wronged individual might be able to argue a civil suit, but versus a jury, if the company's reasoning is good enough, it might be nullified. Police work, EMS work, surgery like you mentioned, flagging, security work, all of this is especially true in emergency situations and inclement weather
my father works for a company that contracts snowplows to the State and during a bad storm he went hours on end without stopping, because stopping risked getting snowed in, keeping the roads clear and safe is a priority, and the distances traveled made it impractical to come back to say a depo or rest area for a break.
Finally certian industries, and types of jobs are made completely exempt of all "break laws" by the State; for example, most state jobs.
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What I heard "Don't unless you want someone else besides the nsa, your isp, and google to know your porn history"
you DO realize that can be turned off. It's stupid fucking simple.
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