That works out to a whole lot more flexible and reasonable than was initially communicated to us as employees. I was all ready to demand a corresponding 5% pay increase to compensate for the loss in hours (though I haven't done the math to determine if that actually works out) and that's a raise amount higher than I've received in the last three years. (I'm lucky to get a 2% increase.)
So I'm glad I don't have to fight that fight. Now I just have to remember to clock out sometime in the middle of my shift. I don't really take a "lunch" anywhere during my shift; if I eat a meal at work it's typically a late dinner as soon as I arrive. I'll grab a snack every once in a while, but it doesn't seem worthwhile to punch out for that. Maybe I'll just punch out and listen to music for a while. It'll be weird until it becomes routine. I expect that I'll be forgetting to punch back in more often than not until I get the hang of it.