clocking in and out
There are 6 employees at my job and we just started 'punching a clock'. Some of us forget to clock in or out from time to time. Our system is not attached to a company, it consists of cards with printed times that get added up and faxed out twice a month. She wants to with-hold wages if we forget to clock in or out and I don't believe that action is legal.1 answer | asked Mar 3, 2009 11:14 PM [EST] | applies to Pennsylvania
The employer must pay wages at the agreed rate for work that you do. In a wage payment action, you must prove that you that you actually worked the hours for which you claim payment. If you wish a consultation about the facts of your case, you may contact me.Doris Dabrowski, 1525 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19102, 215-790-1115.
posted by Doris Dabrowski | Mar 4, 2009 11:20 AM [EST]
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