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  • Daylight Savings Time, missing hours? Alabama

    My boss was talking to me today and mentioned I'd be working during the DST hour loss, which equates to an extra hour for me; so I thought. I work 4pm-3am, which normally would be 11 hours, but on this day will be 12 hours, however my boss tells me that they don't pay that hour, so I'll be receiving only 11 hours for 12 hours worked, since they have no way to calculate that hour on their time sheets. He said the good thing is you get that extra hour if you happen to work during the "spring forward" day...uhm hold on a second I say, whats the assurance I'd work that day and not to mention I'm not being paid for time worked. He also stated if I didn't work the "spring forward" day I just lose that hour of work....this cannot POSSIBLY be legal, am I right?

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    http://www.dol.gov/elaws/esa/flsa/ho...screenER11.asp
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