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Nine city workers in Richmond, Virginia, have been charged with fraudulently claiming overtime pay as part of an ongoing investigation.
A former assistant superintendent for the Parks and Recreation Department in Jeffersonville, Indiana, recently filed a lawsuit against the city for more than $31,000 in overtime pay, according to the Evening News and Tribune.
Northeastern Pennsylvania's Luzerne County may have an upgraded timeclock and payroll system in place by August, according to the Hazleton Standard Speaker.
A dispute about overtime is brewing between the emergency medical services division and the mayor's office of Fall River, Massachusetts, according to the Herald News.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer recently signed legislation that will impose a surcharge on what companies pay in unemployment insurance after the state's unemployment trust fund went broke over a year ago.
Confusion about overtime laws is leading to some employees being exploited, according to WTVT-TV.
Two men face potential felony charges after one allegedly attempted to cash a fraudulent payroll check at a bank in Jamestown, North Dakota, according to the Jamestown Sun.
An internal investigation of the Mobile Police Department (MPD) in Mobile, Alabama, found that several of its officers were allegedly double dipping - working side jobs while on the city's payroll - and one was triple dipping.
State employees in Saratoga County, New York, are using an antiquated timeclock system that officials are calling to be updated, according to the Saratoga Post Star.