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In the 1st paragraoh of your answer,your answer is confusing. The employees are "agreeing" and not being forced to waive their lunch period, so we meet the terms of item #1. Secondly, they are working nine hours a day, not over ten, so item #2 doesn't apply.
The paragraph beginning with "however" seems to suggest that as long as we're paying the employee to work through their lunch break, which we are, then we are in compliance with the labor code. Correct?