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  • Pattymd
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    Assuming you are a nonexempt employee (generally speaking, paid on an hourly basis), you must be paid for all time worked, although time may be rounded to the nearest quarter-hour, as long as the rounding is done consistently. The employer may also shorten your hours worked at the end of the week so that you don't end up working over 40 hours in a workweek.

    If you are not being paid accordingly, you can file a wage claim with the federal Dept. of Labor or a civil suit (Florida does not have a DOL).

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  • ckrickett
    started a topic Employers changing In and Out hours Florida

    Employers changing In and Out hours Florida

    I was working in a restraunt where they would change the IN and Out times. To watch there labor hours. Yet we would come in and work the hours that they docked us. When asked they said it was ok because they had to watch the hours and didnt want anyone to reach over time.

    is this legal and if not what is the exact law?
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