An increasing number of employers are using computerized timekeeping systems to track their employees’ work hours. Many of these systems are set to automatically clock employees in and out at certain times or to automatically record a lunch of a set duration.
However, many employees arrive at work early, stay late, or take short lunches. Automatic time clock systems frequently do not record this extra work time, and employees do not receive the wages they are owed. Employees should be paid for all their time worked.
If your employer has used an automatic time clock system and it has resulted in failure to be paid for time worked, you may be eligible to make a claim for damages. If you have questions about this investigation or would like to discuss your potential claims, please contact us.
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