Is It Right To Tell My Employer To Not Pay Me Our Lunch Hour, (she Payed For My Lunch)?

I’m wondering if I did the correct thing. I just started this new job and today was the second day, the employer took me to eat lunch, it was on her, and said I would get a free hour. In other words that she would also pay me for that lunch hour. I told her no that she could discount that hour since she had already payed the lunch for me anyways. Was it the correct thing for me to do, or what is the appropriate thing to do/say in this case? Thank you for any advice.

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2 Responses to “Is It Right To Tell My Employer To Not Pay Me Our Lunch Hour, (she Payed For My Lunch)?”

  1. A Hunch says:

    In the United States, the meal break is not paid.
    – an employer CAN pay you for the meal break when you are not working but it’s not very common.

  2. hairy1 says:

    employers are not required to pay for lunch breaks.

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