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Time Adjusting

Postby Amhuinn » Tue Dec 06, 2016 7:05 am

My employer states that there is a 7 min window at the beginning of the shift but not at the end. the shift is 10:30 PM - 7:00 am. if we are allowed to clock in at 10:23 PM and be covered, how can everyone clock out at 7 am  and no one gets paid overtime? the supervisor states that if you clock out at 7:01, 02,03, he will go in and adjust it. is that kosher? also if I've been clocking in for work and my supervisor has been taking the time out and not paying me, what do I do? isn't that a federal labor law violation?
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Time Adjusting

Postby Manolo » Tue Dec 06, 2016 2:47 pm

My employer states that there is a 7 min window at the beginning of the shift but not at the end. the shift is 10:30 PM - 7:00 am. if we are allowed to clock in at 10:23 PM and be covered, how can everyone clock out at 7 am  and no one gets paid overtime? the supervisor states that if you clock out at 7:01, 02,03, he will go in and adjust it. is that kosher? also if I've been clocking in for work and my supervisor has been taking the time out and not paying me, what do I do? isn't that a federal labor law violation?
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Postby Mal » Thu Dec 08, 2016 2:18 pm

This is not legal. If he is rounding to the nearest 15 minutes which would be the 7 minute window he must round on both ends not just in the AM.

So if you checked out at 7:01 you would only get paid for 7:00. If you checked out at 7:08 you should be paid for 7:15. That is 7 minutes rounding to the nearest 15 minutes.

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