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- She probably knows it wont work and is making this video as a joke
It's not about the video itself. It's about disciplining your dog.
I don't think it works like that "just for the video" and he behaves when the camera stops.
- also i don't think you get paid in 5 minute increments
hourly pay isn't based on if you worked an hour or not. It's not 100% or 0%. If you stay 5 more minutes you'll get paid the fraction of your hourly pay. But again, no one likes extra hours springed onto them, they'd rather have it planned ahead of time.
Not all places do it like that. At the Kroger I used to work at it was determined in 15 minute increments. If you stayed over 5 minutes you were doing it for free. If you stayed 8 over, though, since it's more than half of 15 minutes you'd get paid for the full 15. Sometimes I'd clock out 8 minutes every day for that sweet 15 minutes of OT adding up to 1 1/4 hours of OT at the end of the week for 40 minutes of work.
That's interesting, where I work it's exactly as I explained.
I guess it can be different though, no reason for it to not be.
I think it's done that way because fractions smaller than 1/4 can cause havoc with rounding? Or it might have been a union thing so that people can show up 7 minutes late without getting a write up.
That union thing makes some sense, although it could just be it was an older system. Staples (the place I work) has a relatively new clocking system, it's pretty straightforward as well.
Oh, you sweet summer child. Thinking most employers will pay you an hour for five minutes.
As the oh so polite users have pointed out, I misread your comment.
I hope that's what it was, otherwise >>
Not on the spectrum as far as I know. Just drinking 711 vodka in my dorms bathrooms while looking at memes not so clearly. On a Saturday holiday weekend. Okay I might be on the spectrum.
Well, at least you admit fault. That's better than some of the people on this site.
I have no problem admitting my faults.
Thats not what hes saying, if you get $10 an hour and you work an hour and a half you get payed $15 total
At least in canada
That is exactly what he's saying. 0 or 100. No 50. And we aren't saying half an hour. We are talking about five minutes. No employer is going to do that. They will either dick you over and not count the time at all, or say you have to stay the full hour to get paid the full hour.
"It's not 100% or 0%"
"0 or 100. No 50"
Gee willikers batman, I didn't know they let the special needs kids on the internet.
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