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Today we have a "supposed" walk-thru by our VP. (They're actually showing up this time surprisingly.) So today they had me clock in early (8-5 instead 10-7). So I clock in do some cleaning and work clicklist. When I take my lunch about 45 minutes later, they say "we're having you clock in early so now is the time to clock back in." Like wtf? Ok...I guess I clock in then, even though I don't FEEL like it.

Then when I was talking to my friend about it and me not ready to clock in, they say "you can clock out and go home rather stay your full shift."

I'm choosing to stay until 6pm (I clocked in at 8:52 rather than 8am because they notified me last minute; as in today last minute. 

Can they write me up, or attempt to being as I chose to stay until 6pm? If they try and short me on my check I can always send a copy of hours worked that day to union rep to force them to pay me what I am owed. 

My friend advised against it because he says if i stay over

I will still get my money but they will make it "difficult" for me to work there, or will cut my hours to the bare minimum  allowed to "get even."



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OP Here:

 

Edit^ I waited 4 hours until I clocked out to lunch...they made me clock in 45 min into my lunc^



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Call up the union and tell them everything you just told me.

What's your local union?  I can look up their telephone number for you.



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Today we have a "supposed" walk-thru by our VP. (They're actually showing up this time surprisingly.) So today they had me clock in early (8-5 instead 10-7). So I clock in do some cleaning and work clicklist. When I take my lunch about 45 minutes later, they say "we're having you clock in early so now is the time to clock back in." Like wtf? Ok...I guess I clock in then, even though I don't FEEL like it.

Then when I was talking to my friend about it and me not ready to clock in, they say "you can clock out and go home rather stay your full shift."

I'm choosing to stay until 6pm (I clocked in at 8:52 rather than 8am because they notified me last minute; as in today last minute. 

Can they write me up, or attempt to being as I chose to stay until 6pm? If they try and short me on my check I can always send a copy of hours worked that day to union rep to force them to pay me what I am owed. 

My friend advised against it because he says if i stay over

I will still get my money but they will make it "difficult" for me to work there, or will cut my hours to the bare minimum  allowed to "get even."


 Why would you want to stay? If they told me to go home, I would leave faster than a jackrabbit on moonshine. 



-- Edited by i386 on Saturday 27th of May 2023 08:42:38 AM

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Anonymous wrote:

Today we have a "supposed" walk-thru by our VP. (They're actually showing up this time surprisingly.) So today they had me clock in early (8-5 instead 10-7). So I clock in do some cleaning and work clicklist. When I take my lunch about 45 minutes later, they say "we're having you clock in early so now is the time to clock back in." Like wtf? Ok...I guess I clock in then, even though I don't FEEL like it.

Then when I was talking to my friend about it and me not ready to clock in, they say "you can clock out and go home rather stay your full shift."

I'm choosing to stay until 6pm (I clocked in at 8:52 rather than 8am because they notified me last minute; as in today last minute. 

Can they write me up, or attempt to being as I chose to stay until 6pm? If they try and short me on my check I can always send a copy of hours worked that day to union rep to force them to pay me what I am owed. 

My friend advised against it because he says if i stay over

I will still get my money but they will make it "difficult" for me to work there, or will cut my hours to the bare minimum  allowed to "get even."


sonyou got caught stealing time. Definitely a fireable offense. Thief.



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Anonymous wrote:

Today we have a "supposed" walk-thru by our VP. (They're actually showing up this time surprisingly.) So today they had me clock in early (8-5 instead 10-7). So I clock in do some cleaning and work clicklist. When I take my lunch about 45 minutes later, they say "we're having you clock in early so now is the time to clock back in." Like wtf? Ok...I guess I clock in then, even though I don't FEEL like it.

Then when I was talking to my friend about it and me not ready to clock in, they say "you can clock out and go home rather stay your full shift."

I'm choosing to stay until 6pm (I clocked in at 8:52 rather than 8am because they notified me last minute; as in today last minute. 

Can they write me up, or attempt to being as I chose to stay until 6pm? If they try and short me on my check I can always send a copy of hours worked that day to union rep to force them to pay me what I am owed. 

My friend advised against it because he says if i stay over

I will still get my money but they will make it "difficult" for me to work there, or will cut my hours to the bare minimum  allowed to "get even."


sonyou got caught stealing time. Definitely a fireable offense. Thief.


 If you are unable to contribute sensible content to a topic, but most trolls (like you) aren't, then leave. Troll.



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

Today we have a "supposed" walk-thru by our VP. (They're actually showing up this time surprisingly.) So today they had me clock in early (8-5 instead 10-7). So I clock in do some cleaning and work clicklist. When I take my lunch about 45 minutes later, they say "we're having you clock in early so now is the time to clock back in." Like wtf? Ok...I guess I clock in then, even though I don't FEEL like it.

Then when I was talking to my friend about it and me not ready to clock in, they say "you can clock out and go home rather stay your full shift."

I'm choosing to stay until 6pm (I clocked in at 8:52 rather than 8am because they notified me last minute; as in today last minute. 

Can they write me up, or attempt to being as I chose to stay until 6pm? If they try and short me on my check I can always send a copy of hours worked that day to union rep to force them to pay me what I am owed. 

My friend advised against it because he says if i stay over

I will still get my money but they will make it "difficult" for me to work there, or will cut my hours to the bare minimum  allowed to "get even."


sonyou got caught stealing time. Definitely a fireable offense. Thief.


 If you are unable to contribute sensible content to a topic, but most trolls (like you) aren't, then leave. Troll.


 And if youre unable to follow very simple rules the company puts in place then quit. You should be terminated for stealing time. Clown. 



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Must approve leaving early. If health issue just let managemnt know then leave. 



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