Part timer here of 4 years. Southern California, Local 63. Since last November our preload has been calling "lunch" every single day since. I didn't think much of it because it was peak season, long days were to be expected. However, it's April 2019 and less than 2 hours in, a 45 minute break is called. 4 months past December. It's our 15 minute paid break combined with a 30 minute meal period which shows on my time card. EVERYONE in the building goes on lunch. I work full time at another job during the day so I'm not concerned about hours but I'm still on the property for 3-4 hours a day with 30 minutes deducted for a meal period. The only people inside the building that work close to full time hours would be hazmat responders and the porter/shifter. High seniority preloaders maybe get 5 hours a day if that with 30 minutes deducted. Does it make sense for "part time" employees to be taking forced lunches? Maybe wacky California law? Weak local? Automated building with 10 unload doors and 4 boxlines for those who were wondering. We still use the handheld imprinters.