Vermont Overtime and Meal & Rest Break Laws for Nurses

Under Vermont Statute Annotated Title 21 sections 382 and 384(b) as well as the Vermont Code Rules section 24 090 003, employers must provide mandatory overtime pay for employees working in excess of 40 hours in one workweek. This requirement applies to employers with two or more employees and includes nurses and most non-doctor positions within the medical industry. The workweek is defined as seven consecutive days and typically begins on a Monday and concludes on the following Sunday. Employers may alter the workweek to reflect the needs of the business but may not manipulate the schedule to avoid paying overtime.

Under Vermont Statutes Annotated Title 21 section 304, which applies to all employers, employees must be given reasonable opportunities to eat and use toilet facilities during work periods. Reasonableness depends upon the nature of the work, the duration of the shift and other factors inherent in the profession.
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