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    Ok, I live in West Virginia and the company I work for is in West Virginia. But we also work in Ohio and Kentucky. Kentucky state law states that a 10 Min. rest period must be provided for every four hours worked. The 10 Mins. must also be in addition to a meal period. My Question is since I live in west Virginia, does Kuntucky labor law not apply to me, even though I am working in Kentucky? My boss says that I go by West Virginia Law, but I do not think this is the case. If anyone knows, please tell me, and also list a link to the info so I can show my boss.

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    He knows. He's just a (rude name)
    Last edited by cbg; 02-09-2008, 07:23 AM.

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      My boss also shorted me on 24 hours of work on my paycheck. Is there any way I can get him fired for this. I really do not like this man, but I love the job. He says he paid me all that is owed but I am still missing 24 hours of pay.

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        Have you brought the pay issue to the attention of payroll, HR or someone higher in the food chain? Start there. Even if you file a claim, I can guarantee the first question asked will be to find out what you did to remedy the situation yourself.
        I post with the full knowledge and support of my employer, though the opinions rendered are my own and not necessarily representative of their position. In other words, I'm a free agent.

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          I have told my direct supervisor, area manager, district manager, and HR. I will be calling the regional manager, and if its still not fixed I am not sure what to do.

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            If it is still not fixed, then you sue. (or you can put in a claim with your state's DOL).
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