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    Hi. first of all I Live and work in Ohio. A full time position at our employer is seven hours, so to take an hour lunch you would need to work basically 9-5. there are two people at work that work 9-4 claiming that they don't take a lunch and actually put 9-4 on their timesheets. when they really do take an hour lunch with the rest of us. they have been doing this for a few years now and the other employees have been upset and are now wanting something done about this. The problem is one of the people who are involved is the person who signs off on the timesheets for everyone. we have copies of all of the timesheets showing what we are claiming but not sure where to go from there. is there an Ohio law for falsifying a timesheet and in the other persons case signing off on the timesheets and paying themselves for the time "not worked"

    Thanks
    Terry

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    If the employer permits such actions, then there isn't a lot that another employee can do. You may wish to approach your manager and let him/her know of your observations.
    Lillian Connell

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