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I'm using a time clock but not being paid for those hours.

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  • I'm using a time clock but not being paid for those hours.

    I just found out that although I have been clocking in every day, I am not being paid for the time I am clocked in, rather they are paying me only for hours that I am seeing a client. This does not include the time needed to write notes, confer with other clinicians etc. There was an email sent out that we would be paid for a half hour for each client to write notes, but that is not happening. I have requested my time clock hours to see how much of a difference there is, but I can already see that last week they underpaid me nearly half of what I actually worked.

    There is a requirement that notes be written within 24 hours and I was late on a couple of them for which I am also being docked, even though I was here and saw the clients and was on the clock. I'm wondering if there is anything I can do about this? I'm looking for work elsewhere, but still would like the back pay due me.
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