New Hampshire Overtime and Meal & Rest Break Laws for Nurses

Under New Hampshire Revised Statute Annotated section 279:21(VIII), employees are entitled to mandatory overtime pay if they work longer than 40 hours in one workweek. The workweek is defined as seven consecutive days traditionally beginning on a Monday and concluding the following Sunday. Employers may change the definition of the traditional workweek but may not constantly alter the workweek to avoid paying overtime. The New Hampshire overtime laws do not apply to any seasonal employee working for a business open seven months or less per year.

Under the New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated section 275:30-a, which applies to all employers of any business type, meal breaks are required after five consecutive hours of work. The employer and employee may waive this requirement if the employer allows the employee to eat while working and it is feasible for the employee to do so.
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