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not to my knowledge. it is to my understanding that my husband was asked what he wanted on his pizza he told them he didn't want pizza that he had his lunch.so I am assuming his employer is going to provide food during this meeting but that is my opinion is
so if he attends this meeting (he gets 1 hr non paid lunch) he should be able to still take his lunch correct?
I appreciate all of your help! thank you very much. his employer in my opinion is trying to make it miserable for him so he quits. there is a lot of frustration between the two of them and it' like oil and water they don't mix. but thanks again for your help. sorry that I can't afford to tip you I'm on fixed income, all I can do is give you a very great rating
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