- May 18, 2010
Show me a law where I can be involuntarily confined?Please show me this law that specifically says an employee must be paid for every second spent on company property as opposed to an employee must be paid for every second while "on the clock." Then please accurately define what it means to be "on the clock."
Shh some people think that anything and agreed upon in an employment contract the employee probably just skimmed though given no union lawyer to go over it with has to be legally binding. Apparently exploitation doesn't exist as long as you can get them to sign here.Doesn't matter if they agreed if its illegal
So then why aren't they paid by performance instead of hourly? Because they are paid to be available for expected service not paid for services rendered.And you really think Taco Bell employees do absolutely nothing but make tacos when a customer comes in? LOL!
It's called, when there are no customers to help, there is always something else to do. Clean the counters, restock supplies, clean the restrooms, do some training, etc, etc, etc. No employer lets their employees just stand around doing absolutely nothing while on the clock. Welcome to reality.