You are entitled to be paid for every minute you are working for your employer.
However, a common method an employer can cheat a worker out of money is simply by not recording all of the time worked. This may include:
Not keeping time records at all and simply estimating when a worker started and stopped work each day
Requiring a worker to work before clocking in
Requiring a worker to work after clocking out
Rounding off punch times
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