|Just out of curiosity, why wouldn't an employer just have his employees meet them at the job site each day instead of the office? Wouldn't this be a more economical practice?|
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--- On Mon 05/05, < addressis@removed > wrote:
From: [mailto: addressis@removed
Date: Mon, 5 May 2008 12:26:40 EDT
Subject: Re: [World] question about employee pay
By law if they are coming to your shop/office/home to load up they are on the clock starting then.
You need to change your policies.
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In a message dated 5/5/2008 11:00:47 A.M. Central Daylight Time, addressis@removed writes:
The way we pay our employees at this time is they start their time when they get to the first job. They come to our office, load up and then leave. Just wondering how others handle this situation, do you pay when they get to the office or when they actually get to the first job? Thanks for your imput! Randi Tieken Window Magic Window Cleaning