I work in the same position and with same job description as other employees. We have to clock in and out at the start and end of our shifts. The clock in and out system is directly tied to our pay: so if we clock in 1 minute late, we get paid one minutes less and conversely if we stay 1 minute late we get paid 1 minute more.
New employees aren't on this system. So they can leave early and still get paid the full 8 hours. I think management is trying to say it's an error in on boarding but it's been a month. Further, when doing the closing shift we are told to finish the closing duties as quick as possible and clock out as quick as possible (probably so the company saves money). A lot of these duties are subjective when they are completed, so it's like new employees have incentive not to leave early and still get paid 8 hours.
Is this legal or some type of discrimination?