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    i have been woking for a company now for about 4 yrs getting paid hourly. Recently, this was switched to piecemeal labor(pay per job). the company now says that they dont have to pay me to load my van for the days work or incorperate my driving time into my hourly wages in turn making me lose my OT. i work an average of 50HRS but only get paid for about 35. i am a 1040. not a sub-contractor. Also, money is being deducted from my ckeck for misc. things that cannot be avoided. i am not signing off on these deductions. Is this legal?

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    First off, what is the name of your state & what type of deductions are you talking about? Thanks.
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      deductions,Virginia

      i install for satellite tv. the deductions are for equipment i return the i beleive to be bad. the company halfway tests it and and if they say there is nothing wrong with it, i am charged for it and the company turns around and uses again. also, if my inventory is 5 minutes late being turned in to the main office (via fax) that i do on a weekly basis, i am deducted. there are many other deductions as well. my main complaint is the hours worked without pay though.

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