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    The time clock at my place of work is connected to the computer system in some way. I have come in numerous times and the time clock is turned off. Management says it is due to the computer. Yesterday when I clocked in the time clock was 13 minutes fast. Management knew of this, however, when I clocked out, the time clock was back to the correct time....meaning I was cheated out of 13 minutes. I brought this to the attention of the person working in the office at the time and she said she would make a note of it.
    My question is...what are laws regarding turning the time clock on and off and reseting it. Thank you.
    Last edited by bcorbett99; 12-06-2005, 09:45 AM.

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    There are no laws as such. The laws do not get into that level of detail. All the law requires is that you be paid for the time you worked. Give the company a chance. It's very possible that they will pay you correctly.
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