Summary judgment was properly entered for the employer in this wage and hour case. The employer’s expert showed that the employer’s time rounding of clock in and out times to the nearest 15 minutes was facially neutral and neutral in practice as well. Also, the employer disproved the employee’s claim that he was denied meal and rest breaks. Each weekly timesheet contained his certification that he had received the required meal and rest breaks. He admitted the same in his deposition. His declaration opposing the summary judgment motion did not raise a triable issue of fact by its claim that the replacement worker who covered for him during the break eyed the clock thus coercing him into shortening his breaks.