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  • SC: Hours changed from 40 to 50 hours a week South Carolina

    In SC is it legal for an employer to change an hourly workers hours from 40 to 50? I'm going from Mon - Fri 6:00am - 2:30pm to 6:00am - 4:30pm. Thanks for your help.

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    SECTION 41-10-30. Notification to employees of wages and hours agreed upon; recordkeeping requirements; requirement of itemized statement of gross pay and deductions for each pay period.

    (A) Every employer shall notify each employee in writing at the time of hiring of the normal hours and wages agreed upon, the time and place of payment, and the deductions which will be made from the wages, including payments to insurance programs. The employer has the option of giving written notification by posting the terms conspicuously at or near the place of work. Any changes in these terms must be made in writing at least seven calendar days before they become effective. This section does not apply to wage increases.

    (South Carolina)

    An hourly non-exempt employee does need to be paid for all hours worked plus overtime when applicable.

    It's also possible to have a binding employment contract or CBA re hours to be worked.
    Last edited by Betty3; 01-02-2013, 04:41 PM.
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