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  • Writting up employees while off clock Pennsylvania Pennsylvania

    I was written up for a bad attitude while I walked in to drop something off to work. However, I was off of the clock. Can I be written up for something said while off of the clock? If not, where in the labor laws is that stated? Thank you.

  • Betty3
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    It may never happen again since you told me you were a Cubs fan. My one brother & I were at the stadium in St. Louis when the Cardinals won the 2006 W.S.

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  • CatBert
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    Originally posted by Betty3 View Post
    I agree/concur with CatBert.
    That doesn't always happen for the record.

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  • Betty3
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    I agree/concur with CatBert.

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  • crys20
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    That is fine. What you said is what I thought. That's what I get for being employed at my own will.

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  • CatBert
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    You're welcome. Others may post to this thread as well, so you might get some other opinions.

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  • crys20
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    Ok. Thank you very much!

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  • CatBert
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    You were at work. So, yes.

    If this was against the law every employee that wanted to chew out another employee would simply walk over to the time clock, punch out, say what they want to say, then clock in again.

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