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    I posted this in my state forum but I thought maybe I could get a faster answer here.

    I'm an hourly employee and I've been noticing that every time I stay late, let it be 5-10 minutes finishing up paper work (my boss tells me has to be done before I can leave.) I'd stay late a few times a week, and notice that the following Monday after time sheets are supposed to be turned into accounting (punch in and out via computer) that my hours have been cut. So the 30-45 minutes that I stayed late finishing work, I get no credit for. I asked my fellow employees and they said that they are noticing the same things happening to their time sheets as well. Is it okay for them to do this? Because I feel like I should be paid for the time I worked, not cheated out of it.

    Also if this is indeed illegal who can I report it to in my state. I've been scouring all over the net and haven't found anything.

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    Duplicate thread. (do not reply to - reply under Wi. labor law thread)

    qqhorus, I'm making this the duplicate thread since you have already gotten a reply to your thread/post under Wi. labor law - we don't want to have more than one thread going.

    Please, in the future, post your question only once. Thanks.
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