RE: time clock
I know there are those who think a time clock is not a way to treat
professional people, but it does solve the problem mentioned below. If
you work over on a time clock system, they HAVE to pay you.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Snobird75@aol.com [SMTP:Snobird75@aol.com]
> Sent: Friday, March 21, 2003 1:22 PM
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> Subject: time clock
> When I worked at the hospital , I was expected to be at my work station,
> waterbath already set up and microtome ready to cut, AT the time I was
> hired to work exp 6 am , I better be in my seat ready to cut or embed at 6
> am not 6:01 am.
> Oneday I was 3 minutes late , to which I have NEVER been late for work and
> the reason I was late was do to personal bathroom requirements. My boss
> told me all about it, I never even tried to explain why I was late because
> she wasn't the type to listen.
> Anyway I feel if you are hired to be at work at 6 AM you should be ready
> to start at that time.
> The only BIG problem I have is when employers expect you to work those
> extra few minutes that add up within the week, you know the 10 min or the
> 13 min X 5 does add up and you never get paid for that.
> Of course I don't work at the one place I was speaking of in the beginning
> of this note, I quit there. But not because of the 3 minutes.
> Where I work now the time is a little more relaxed, I still get to work 15
> to 20 minutes earlier and start than.
> But I don't like it when I depend on my coworker to be here at her shift
> and she's 20 minutes to 25 minutes late all the time.
> I guess what I am saying is I don't like people being late.
> sandi miller
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