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  • MikeDVB
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    Ok. That is what I figured.

    Thank you.

    Mike

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  • Pattymd
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    You can't find it because there isn't such a law in Indiana, nor in the federal law. Very few states have such a law.

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  • MikeDVB
    started a topic Indiana Reporting Pay/Minimum Hours Worked

    Indiana Reporting Pay/Minimum Hours Worked

    I was under the understanding that in Indiana if you report to work (say for an 8 hour shift) and you are sent home before the 4 hour mark (50% of shift) that you have to be paid for at least 4 hours.

    I have heard this called reporting pay and a few other variations but I cannot find it anywhere. I may not be able to find it because Indiana does not have a reporting pay/minimum daily pay law or maybe just because the Department of Labor search is not working correctly right now.

    Anyhow I've ran some searches here and could not find anything specific to Indiana. If I missed it then I am sorry - feel free to link it for me =)

    Thanks!

    Mike
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