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If an employer calls an employee into the office to go over

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If an employer calls an employee into the office to go over disciplinary action, the employee must be paid correct?
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Yes, as long as the employee is on the premises during work hours, they would have to be compensated for their time whether they were working or acting at the direction of the employer.
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