Hello - I have a quick question regarding an upcoming shift that I am a bit confused about.

I am an assistant manager at a retail store, and I will be working a shift that requires me to come to work from 9:30am to 4:30pm, then return at 7:00pm for about 10 minutes to close the store.

After trying to decipher what constitutes a split shift and what, exactly, a "split shift differential" is, I'm a bit confused. My questions are:

1. Will I only be paid for the 10 minutes it takes me to close the store at 7:00pm? I'm a little miffed that I have to drive 30 minutes in each direction

2. Will I be paid regular pay, or does the split shift differential apply?

3. How, exactly, is the split shift differential computed?

Thank you in advance.

I am an assistant manager at a retail store, and I will be working a shift that requires me to come to work from 9:30am to 4:30pm, then return at 7:00pm for about 10 minutes to close the store.

After trying to decipher what constitutes a split shift and what, exactly, a "split shift differential" is, I'm a bit confused. My questions are:

1. Will I only be paid for the 10 minutes it takes me to close the store at 7:00pm? I'm a little miffed that I have to drive 30 minutes in each direction

*just*for a 10-minute closing procedure.2. Will I be paid regular pay, or does the split shift differential apply?

3. How, exactly, is the split shift differential computed?

Thank you in advance.

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