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Regrettably, you have to bring your concerns to HR. If HR refuses to do something, you would not have any other recourse unless you signed an employment agreement with the employer and the employer is violating the terms of the agreement. If that is the case, you would then file lawsuit against the employer for breach of contract. Otherwise, so long as the employer is paying you for the hours worked, you would not have any other recourse against the employer.
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