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Re: Time clocks at work [Re: upstateNY] #7562478
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Originally Posted by upstateNY
Originally Posted by coonman220
I have never believe in go work more 3-4 min at max early

Nice work ethic.No wonder they love you and treat you so well at your job. grin

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Jeez man, you ever going to figure it out??

In 27 years at my current job I've only called in 3 times and I was sick. I've never been late either and I work right next to a RR track and trains that love to block the road forever. My employer doesn't give a crap about me but my reliability is a source of pride in my work ethic.

If you don't want to be in the building more than a few minutes early at least show up in the parking lot and sit in your truck so you're not late.

Re: Time clocks at work [Re: Bob] #7562479
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Several years ago I had some farm families that expanded, formed LLCs and hired employees. They decided to go with time clocks for all employees including themselves. This last one year as the family members were surprised how many fewer hours they were actually working then they always thought they were. They dropped that approach for themselves and went to the partnership model like most did. They did keep the clocks for the non family workers however.

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Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562512
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Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562517
04/18/22 05:32 PM
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I not go into work early at crap hole , u got bring ladder to get down into these holes in ground, pretty deep , wear out hipboots

Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562523
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Here's my best attempt. As was stated previously figure out what the handbook/rule/contract says. every place can be different but somewhere there is a rule and either your supervisor or payroll know. but in your case the temp agency would know as part of their contract with the company so just ask them as they are your actual employer.

the payroll rule will normally be partially crafted around the payroll reporting system. in the old days when things were less automated, i recall 15 minutes was a pretty common standard as it translates to 1/4 hour blocks. these days i'd be shocked if any place of any size is not running an enterprise system where the clock feeds directly to payroll. those clocks can track by minutes but 6 minutes tend to be the magic point as that breaks the hour down to 1/10th pay. now whether the company has added a penalty factor beyond 6 minutes likely depends on its absenteeism experience and desire to manage that

Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562529
04/18/22 05:42 PM
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Not going to ever be offered full time with your attitude and work ethic. You know they ate working on your street. You should have left earlier.

Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562532
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Ya I work past buzzer every day al.ost free, sometimes 12-15 min, really fair, they can't dock u 45 min for min late

Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562537
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If I were your boss at work,,you would be trapping raccoons full time for a living by now. grin


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Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562538
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Originally Posted by coonman220
That right, go out 2 ND driveway an warm pickup up an run back, drive 3 blks outway ,drive over 8 inch hunks gravel slow, ya work pricks that dont pay up, they have temps work there that miss 2-3 days week , have notice the 1 not work more 2 days straight without day off , I have never believe in go work more 3-4 min at max early



Have you asked to work overtime ? Have you asked to work a double shift ?

Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562585
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Originally Posted by coonman220
That right, go out 2 ND driveway an warm pickup up an run back, drive 3 blks outway ,drive over 8 inch hunks gravel slow, ya work pricks that dont pay up, they have temps work there that miss 2-3 days week , have notice the 1 not work more 2 days straight without day off , I have never believe in go work more 3-4 min at max early

Try to get a job with that crew working on your street.You sound like just their kinda guy and you could walk to work Save your gas for coon trappin for big bucks.! grin

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Re: Time clocks at work [Re: upstateNY] #7562591
04/18/22 06:38 PM
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Originally Posted by upstateNY
If I were your boss at work,,you would be trapping raccoons full time for a living by now. grin


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Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562604
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When I was running mines, I fired more guys for being late than for any other reason, including missing work.

In 37 years in the mining business, I was late once. I left for work, and broke a timing chain in my truck. A passing car gave me a lift back to my house. Jumped in my IH Scout, ran it out of gas ( it had a hole in the tank ). It was left along the road about a 1/4 mile from the truck. Got another ride home, wife drove me to work. I ended up being 20 minutes late. At the end of the day, I had to gather up my two vehicles I left along the road.

Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562614
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Coonman220 I find it hard to believe that AAALLLL of these people are just doing their darndest to keep you down and hurt you and you are a model employee who never does anything to deserve it. I bet the guy in your mirror has more to do with it than that “shady company” and your “no good boss”.

Here’s what I would do if I were you. Show up tomorrow 20 minutes before your shift with a smile on your face and a go getter attitude. During your shift do your best to beat your own personal record for production. Don’t say a word to anyone unless it’s positive. At the end of the day ask your boss what YOU can do to move up in pay and full time status, and then do everything he says and then some. Then go home, get a good nights rest and repeat every day. I 100% guarantee that if you do that then this time next year every problem you whines about on this post will be solved.


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Re: Time clocks at work [Re: Bigbrownie] #7562619
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I usually punch in 40 minutes early and get paid for it .If I’m a minute late or two or ten nobody cares. If I got docked for being late I’d be gone I wouldn’t put up with it Especially in this job market. Find a decent place to work.

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Re: Time clocks at work [Re: lumberjack391] #7562620
04/18/22 07:05 PM
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Originally Posted by lumberjack391
Originally Posted by coonman220
Some factory's haveats for workers to stand on, this place don't believe them, I want piece cardboard stand on today because oil an scrap small pieces metal but was told the president yell u if see it ,concrete is hard my feet

Get a job logging, the grounds nice and soft.....

Truth! Softer today with 3 inches new snow....lol


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Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562627
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Another coonman hoax thread, I am surprised more folks haven’t caught on by now.

Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562628
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Originally Posted by coonman220
That right, go out 2 ND driveway an warm pickup up an run back, drive 3 blks outway ,drive over 8 inch hunks gravel slow, ya work pricks that dont pay up, they have temps work there that miss 2-3 days week , have notice the 1 not work more 2 days straight without day off , I have never believe in go work more 3-4 min at max early

First you learned of the road construction project? Because if you knew the road was being tore up and worked on the day before, and was still late that's 100% on you. When it snows most guys leave early for work.....Add that to the lawsuit that you're planning for the project.


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Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562652
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Where do you work and what do you do?

Re: Time clocks at work [Re: Bigbrownie] #7562680
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Originally Posted by Bigbrownie
When I was running mines, I fired more guys for being late than for any other reason, including missing work.

In 37 years in the mining business, I was late once. I left for work, and broke a timing chain in my truck. A passing car gave me a lift back to my house. Jumped in my IH Scout, ran it out of gas ( it had a hole in the tank ). It was left along the road about a 1/4 mile from the truck. Got another ride home, wife drove me to work. I ended up being 20 minutes late. At the end of the day, I had to gather up my two vehicles I left along the road.

I worked 40 years in the Steelworkers Union.In those 40 years,,,I NEVER went in late and NEVER called in sick.Not ONCE.


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Re: Time clocks at work [Re: coonman220] #7562687
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Wow, you have it so easy it's really unreal, compared to most, I get up two hours early to get ready for work, drive a half hour to
the mine, to catch my bus ride into the mine an hour early due to what ever might have happened to the access road'

Usually in the break room dressed for work 45 minutes early every day, night shift or day shift cause I work rotating shifts, eat my breakfast at work. We have to be at line at 6 ion the morning or 6 at night depending on shift, if your late it's marked down, two maybe three times you get docked pay, you are not allowed to work early or after shift unless ok'd by the foreman over your crew, you don't get any credits for being early, but if you punch out early you are told about it in the next day's line out meeting to make sure everyone always knows not to punch out early.

I minute early equates to 6 minutes of pay lost and it's all automatic, only way it does not count if your involved in a mayday and carried put by ambulance or driven to the medical clinic.

All those extra minutes I'm there early don't count for nothing on pay, but it does show the boss I'm a regular and can be counted on to be there, I'd rather have that then the pay working where I do it counts for more in residuals LOL !!

You got a holiday job that you complain is terrible and you are only a temp player at best, yes you are lucky as no one else with any kind of business would put up with your attitude !!


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