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horse who was on call 24/7 and to drop everything and hurry off somewhere at the last minute.I would have continued working, maybe, had I not been considered a work
Up here, if you were "on call" you have to be paid $15.65/hour for that time,minimum.
No such thing as that in security. Its over time after 40 hours and
Naturally employers still try to sneak it past people. . .I had a captain one time who liked to jerk people around. He would have someone on one post one day, the next day another, the third day a third post, etc.
Each post had its own time sheet. At the end of the week they were all collected, time added up, etc.
He often would "lose" a time sheet. When the employee inquired about the missing pay he would claim they never worked that post and not getting paid. Caused a lot of hard feelings and also cost the company a lot of employees.
I was in parking at the time and never happened to me, we had copies of
our time sheets, signed off by someone in authority. The head of parking,
and if she wasn't around the chief of police. If he wasn't around it went on
down the chain of command. Onc
Carolyn, my civilian boss, wanted a copy for her files and we had a copy
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