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  • SC Time card issues

    Employees were noticed not to clock in more than 5 minutes prior to the start of their shift or to clock out more than 5 minutes after their shift ends.

    If an employee has continually clocked in too early, must they be paid for the time he or she was on the clock? What if the individual also began working early? Does it matter if the notice was written or verbal?

    Thanks

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    No, it doesn't make any difference what time you "clock in". If you were not working, the employer does not have to pay you, notice or not. They can discipline you in any way that does not involve docking your pay for actual time worked.
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