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Please read Clue #1 first. This clue does not repeat the situations illustrating the differences that arise because of pay rates close to the minimum wage, or the differences between overtime/and no-overtime claims. Clue #3. You punch a time clock, and your time is captured by a computer that calculates your hours and your pay. However, you think you worked longer hours than the company’s time records show. One Important Fact: It is a crime under Federal law, and under many State laws, to alter an employee’s time records to deprive the employee of the pay to which he or she is entitled. Another Important Fact: It is perfectly legal for employers to “round up” and “round down” time on time clocks if they do so in a neutral manner, benefiting the employee sometimes and the employer sometimes, and by similar but small amounts. Example 1: Helen routinely clocks in…
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