My question involves employment and labor law for the state of: Minnesota
I am on time every day, which means punching in between five and zero minutes early every day (not milking the clock, I start working immediately) and this gets rounded up. Clock out time varies depending on the work, so say the work is complete and I clock out at 3:07 they round it to 3:00, but 3:08 would be a 3:15 clock. I'm not the type to manipulate the system, I just want to get honest pay for honest work, and it seems to me that what they are doing is against the law. Am I wrong?