This has happened to my brother before, and now its happening to me. I'm not sure its something they do until you finally realize it and address them. I ALWAYS work at least 4 hours a day as a loader, though when my check arrives, the hours listed are sometimes from 17.00 to 18.28. Just recently, I came in around 5:40pm (I work the twilight shift) and I was suppose to come in at 6pm. I understand that I came early, but while 6pm was the time when work started, he wrote me down coming in at 6:15pm. Not only that, but I usually get off at around 10:30pm, and the time he writes me down for leaving is 21:50 (9:50pm). Do they benefit from the minutes taken away from our work, if not, why do they do it? I'm assuming they do it to the new hires (Only been there for about 2 months), but recently 2 new hires came in and have been dealing with the same problem. Im usually the last loader to leave from my PD, and while there are small bags, small packages finishing up the shift..he tells me to scan on each door from 220-227 and get them all in the load. After that, he tells me to bring the scanners to the scanner room, then I'm dismissed. I havent complained yet, because for some reason I thought to myself "God will punish him for doing someone wrong", but now its just pissing me off. Also, last Wednesday - Friday, I have had another PT Sup replacing the one that takes away minutes. I'm not sure if the Sup I used to have is getting promoted or something..he always arrives in the last 30 minutes of work.