Answer: You would take the initial pill. That starts the clock. Thirty minutes later you would take the second pill then, after another 30 minutes you would take the third pill. They would be gone in 1 hour.
Answer: The answer to the question, without more information, is, probably "yes."
Illinois law requires that an employee 16 years of age or over who is to work 7 1/2 continuous hours or more shall be provided an unpaid meal period of at least 20 minutes. The meal period must be given to an employee no later than 5 hours after beginning work. 820 ILCS 140/3.
For employees under the age of 16, employers must provide a meal period of at lesat 30 minutes if the employees is scheduled to work more than 5 consecutive hours. 820 ILCS 205/4.
Illinois does not have a law regarding breaks, thus the federal standard applies. The federal rule does not require an employer to provide either a meal period or break, however, if an employer chooses provide a non-meal breaks, usually of the type lasting less than 20 minutes, it must be paid.If an employee is working pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement (working a union job), the terms of the collective bargaining agreement may govern the meal and break requirements.