Supervisors changed the shifts and now I don't get any lunch breaks.


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No it does not.
Unless you live in a state (oregon ,idaho, etc) which wrote a law that specifically exempts bargaining unit employees from their law. When an appropriate replacement article is written for break and meal periods.
In layman's terms. effectively allowing the contract to superseed what would otherwise be their law.

I was not here to argue specifics. Just to give out information that may or may not be relevant.
Your wrong I've won grievances for everything I mentioned in the posts above