My boss is stealing my hours. What can I do?

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Old Jun 5th, 2013, 04:58 PM   #1
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I don't want to lose my job and I've asked them about how my hours are disappearing and they act like they have no idea. I save my clock out slip and my hours magically disappear a day or 2 after I work them and by the end of the week my "hours for the week" reads 20-something when it should be in the 30s! I don't know what to do but I feel like I should sue them. Advice please??
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As you did not list a state, I suggest you file a complaint with your states DOL if there is one.
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I wish to inform you that you may maintain an attendance log in which you may meticulously record all your working hours. In case of dispute, you may show your log to the management. If the matter is not resolved, you may file a complaint with the local office of the Department of Labor or file a lawsuit. You will have to prove with evidence the claims and allegations made by you in the Complaint.

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I don't want to lose my job and I've asked them about how my hours are disappearing and they act like they have no idea. I save my clock out slip and my hours magically disappear a day or 2 after I work them and by the end of the week my "hours for the week" reads 20-something when it should be in the 30s! I don't know what to do but I feel like I should sue them. Advice please??


Yes, you should sue if you have to so you are paid for your work. There are lawyers whose practice is regularly filing claims against employers who cheat their employees. So you should take this claim to a lawyer in your area and proceed from there.
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