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I have been employed at my office for only 6 months. We write our own timesheets, meaning we do not have a clock to punch in and out at. We write our times in and out. Last week, my boss requested that I leave my timesheet up front with the other admin and let her control my time. I know that she is not honest with her own time let alone mine. Do I have any rights against another admin keeping my timesheet?
Asked on October 2, 2017 under Employment Labor Law, Michigan
SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 3 years ago | Contributor
No, you have no rights against this. Your employer is free to designate or delegate to any employee (i.e. any coworker) it wants to handle other employees' timesheets: the employer, not you, decides who is in charge of or responsible for keeping time, administrating the process, etc.