Does an employer who has you as a 1099 employee on hourly wage have to give a 10 minute break after a 1 hour lunch break?

Question Details: I am an hourly employee that was hired as a 1099. I work 3 hours in the morning from 9 am to 12 pm and have a 1 hour unpaid lunch. I then work from 1 pm until 7 pm, without a 10 minute break. Is this legal? Am I allowed at 10 minute break in the afternoon?

Micah Longo / The Longo Firm Answered 9 months ago| Contributor
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