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Timesheet Issue

This post is from Brother Mike Thompson.

Last night I filed a grievance with the state because a sergeant and a lieutenant, both on probation, broke a state and a federal law when they got together and removed two of my overtime shifts then submitted my timesheet. No attempt was made to contact me even though I was at work. I don't work overtime but that money, due next week, was earmarked for something my family needed. I didn't sleep last night. As a former union pipefitter and a grown up who knows federal law I am so pissed off I can't describe it. I am taking this grievance way beyond the walls of hdsp. I logged my grievance into my notis log entries under education, office 15. Watch your timecards and pass the word to report any abnormalities to me..... Welcome to Thunderdome!!!

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Very eloquently put sir! I promise you that my report, and subsequent correspondence with the powers that be, will be exponentially more thorough and thoughtful than the Jameson soaked rant I threw together last night! I look forward to assisting you with these issues as you see fit in the future. Now, I believe it's 5 o'clock somewhere Sir.


Grievance filed/received with the United States Department of Labor today! We need solidarity brothers and sisters. If we stand together I promise you the dolts who try to steal from you will be held accountable.


I would be happy to be a liaison between officers and miss Castro Lopez. Just get me the info as it happens. These guys are breaking real the eyes of real agencies

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