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Are you REQUIRED to attend a *paid* staff meeting? (KFC)

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    I have a staff meeting tomorrow, it's an hour long and I get paid for it. However I really don't feel like waking up so early on a Saturday morning just to take the bus and listen to some ********. The bus fare almost costs as much as the amount I will get paid for the one hour.

    Are you required to attend these meetings as if it was a shift? Like do they record your absence as if you missed a shift or something? I have had one of these before and you don't have to clock in, you just write your name on a sheet to confirm you attended so you can get paid.

    Yes you have to.

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