You can set an office policy that states that any time worked by an employee above the agreed upon hours must be approved by you in advance. However, you still have to pay the employee for any time worked, whether approved or not and whether clocked in or not. That being said, you can reprimand the employee for violating policy and you should document doing so. That way if someone continues to violate your work schedule policy and you want to dismiss the employee, you might be able to successfully fight his or her unemployment claim.
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