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Jimi77

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I saw that. I guess those people want to finish the job that their hero Rittenhouse started. I thought Rittenhouse wasn't a hero? What happened? People who stand up for a 17 year old chain smoking girl beating wanna be cop with an itchy trigger finger are weird. Call me crazy. People these days.
I wouldn't say he had an itchy trigger finger. He tried to avoid the situation(s) that lead to the shootings.
 

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LOL - luckily nobody enforces that or they'd half to jail half the hourly workers in the US.
Master Yoda... it's "they'd HAVE to jail half..." Rob and Booby are just looking for reasons.
 
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Master Yoda... it's "they'd HAVE to jail half..." Rob and Booby are just looking for reasons.
Jimi isn’t on here proclaiming high intelligence or calling others stupid while simultaneously making spelling or grammatical errors.
 

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Jimi isn’t on here proclaiming high intelligence or calling others stupid while simultaneously making spelling or grammatical errors.
We have been over this on this forum and posted facts about it. Grammatical errors are not a sign of low intelligence nor is it used to determine it.

Now, on the other hand, you and Booby constantly repeating the same things over and over and you especially when you change what you repeat might be a sign of something more serious.
 

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Can you provide CFR or statute references on that?
Go ask your HR department fucko... you are the one doing it, not me.

However, since you're an asss...

"Under the FLSA, “employ” is defined to mean “to suffer or permit to work.” 29 U.S.C. §203(g). What this means is that an employer must compensate its employees for work even where it is not expressly authorized as long as it is performed with the knowledge and acquiescence of management. As one court has explained, “one’s motivation for performing off-the-clock work is not relevant for FLSA purposes if the employer knows or should have known about it.” Butler v. DirectSAT USA, LLC, 47 F. Supp. 3d 300, 309 (D. Md. 2014).


The regulations specifically address this issue. 29 C.F.R. § 785.11 provides:


Work not requested but suffered or permitted is work time. For example, an employee may voluntarily continue to work at the end of the shift. He may be a pieceworker, he may desire to finish an assigned task or he may wish to correct errors, paste work tickets, prepare time reports or other records. The reason is immaterial. The employer knows or has reason to believe that he is continuing to work and the time is working time.
This rule also applies to work “performed away from the premises or the job site, or even at home.” 29 C.F.R. § 785.12. If the employer knows or has reason to know that the employee is doing work away from the job, it must be counted as hours worked. Id. Furthermore, the regulations specifically provide that it is “the duty of management to exercise its control and see that the work is not performed if it does not want it to be performed.” 29 C.F.R. § 785.13. Management “cannot sit back and accept the benefits without compensating for them.” Id".
 
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