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    Whom it may concern,

    I've been working at this resturant for almost a year.Every week i pull
    my time card report the General Manger has been clocking me and other
    coworkers out on breaks...When most of the time we don't even get a
    chance to take a break!The GM clocks us out so the GM doesn't have to
    pay us overtime...How do i go about and dealing with this?

    Lisa

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    Are you talking about rest breaks or meal periods?

    Either way, you must be paid for all hours worked. It is the failure to do so that is the violation of law, not the action of adjusting clock hours itself.

    You can file a claim for unpaid wages, including unpaid overtime, with the ICA. And keep a record yourself, at home, of all your hours worked, including meal periods of less than 20 minutes which, under federal law, are not bona fide meal periods for purposes of unpaid time.
    http://www.ica.state.az.us/faqs/labor/wage_claims.html
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