The Fair Labor Standards Act is a federal law that requires employers to maintain
accurate records about the hours that non-exempt employees work.
Although it might not be as blatant as stealing cash from the register, there's no
question that falsifying a time card still constitutes theft from the company.
An employee who has engaged in dishonest acts or statements connected with
the most recent ... Falsification concerning work, work record including time card.
Feb 16, 2015 ... Home > Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) > I Falsified My Time Records … ...
employee was working more hours than those reflected in his time cards. ...
Despite the company's policies requiring employees to accurately report ...
Apr 14, 2014 ... When employees aren't recognized or rewarded for their efforts they ... So when
employees start falsifying their timecards, in the company's ...
Dec 30, 2010 ... Falsifying time cards. We have a store manager that was clocking out an
employee after the employee left work early because he stated that the ...
A 44-year-old employee who admittedly altered her timecards and was fired
purportedly because she violated company policy by falsifying records could not
Oct 20, 2014 ... Jim Irving, a former employee of the Los Angeles Unified School District, was
fired for falsifying time records on at least four occasions. ... wrong because his
supervisors allegedly told him to fill out his time cards a certain way.
This policy also should inform employees of the consequences for deliberately
falsifying time cards or clocking in for other employees, which may include ...
that the employee falsified her time card. All Arbitrators Don't Think Alike. Two
different arbitrators heard separate cases on behalf of two employees accused.