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Am I the only one who was lied to regarding pay rate? I selected a shift claiming to pay $17.65 per hour, but when I check my atoz app it shows $16.50.

Am I the only one who was lied to regarding pay rate? I selected a shift claiming to pay $17.65 per hour, but when I check my atoz app it shows $16.50.

WorkingClaim2457

Update* I spoke to Hr and they told me the pay rate was only “advertised” it was basically a bait for people to apply. Unfortunately my pay will be $16.50 which sucks because I was really looking forward for the higher pay.


Physical_Ride1103

You're not alone. I picked up thirds and what promised something around this. Was being paid 15 something for a while. Was also promised a sign on bonus. I made sure I always showed up on time and did my best for about A year. When I had noticed the issue, I contacted HR three separate times. Never got a response until the third time. Can't remember exactly what they told me but I remember it not solving my issue whatsoever. I used all my time off to find another job and got out asap. Never got the bonus, never got compensated for incorrect wages. Screw that company.


hkharva

Check adp, shift differential will show up there.


ShieldsCW

Did you ask hr? Reddit doesn't know about your pay rate. All we can do is take wild guesses. My wild guess is that 16-whatever is your base pay, and the rest is your shift differential, which will show up as a separate line in your paycheck.


PankyGoya04

The one I took said it paid $17.50 and I started at $15.25 now on $16.75


OtherShade

Your shift differential will show on pay stub


Skylancer727

Yeah it's just that your shift differential doesn't show on the hub. It only shows your base pay which isn't your actual pay unless you work the base work week between mon-fri days (usually just part timers). If you work any night shift you get a differential and if you work either weekend day you get one. Obviously with this the highest paying shift is nights over the weekend (my building it's thur-sun). Your shift differential is marked on the ADP portal under your wages as "shift pay". Me working wed-sat I get an extra $0.85. People working Thursday shift here get $1.05. Pay is different based on the building of course.


Confused-Faith

I believe it could be the shift differential for your Saturday. At my FC we get like 1.50 for Saturday and 2 for Saturday and Sunday. I work th-sun


Wikipediafan2018

I think they create content to hype u into you actually get into it...seeing they lied to you


AostaV

The other 1.15 is shift differential


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Skylancer727

I believe if you work on the weekend no matter what you get a shift differential. All night shifts get one with more on weekends. Those working only days mon-fri get nothing as that's labeled as the "universal work week" by the country so they get nothing extra. Note your differential is just for being on a shift not on the universal week not just days out of normal. So you get the same pay every day period but you do just make more on odd schedules.


slushez

Damn I work Thursday -Sunday and don’t get any differential at my site.


AostaV

No RT does though. Assuming it’s RT by the 36-40 hours stuff even though the hours seem to work out to a FT schedule.


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Skylancer727

No any shift only between mon-fri get no differential. If you work front half, back half, night shift, or thrusday shift you at least get some differential. Shifts only working mon-thur or tues-fri.


Neoreloaded313

I don't get any shift differential working front half days.


Flowersons

The only differential I could think of is weekend shift.


eyeT3412

You get a separate pay for shift rate. Look at your payslip


SteaksWereMade

Dang I wish they paid that here


Skylancer727

If all you want is to get a higher pay, working nights thursday-sunday is usually the highest paying shift. At my building the differential is only $1.05 but some have nearly $3 an hour extra. But still highest paying shift if you can switch to it.


Skylancer727

Gotta love area limitations. I know my building just raised pays as we've been struggling to get more pickers (though they still aren't afraid of firing the few they get). Even had the entire dock and pack teams retrained in pick just to make up for it. Because when you can't hire anyone due to how easy you fire people, just fire everyone!


islandtings

The differential is listed on your employment agreement and once you get your paycheck it will be listed there as well. Unfortunately they don't put it on the app anywhere for you to see.


skylamarie97

That is probably because the 1.15 an hour is probably a differential they pay you due to the job you have My base pay is 15.50 and my differential is 2.90 an hour so


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skylamarie97

He works weekends is why


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ShieldsCW

At. Your. Site.


dasquared

It can be site by site-our site has an extra 1.50 I think for one weekend day and 2.00 for both (we have people start their week on each day of the week, so different cohorts for each day of the week


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dasquared

No, because we have people working m-th and Tues-friday, as well as a couple trying some new (to us) m,t,th f.


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Skylancer727

My building does the same as his where working any weekend day or night gets an extra differential. Some of the departments like ICQA and IT only work mon-thur or tues-fri if only teir 1. There are also a few part time positions also in that bracket but they also usually get no benefits. But basic gist is differential is working anything other than the generic US work week of anywhere between mon-fri 6am to 8pm. Anything in there is average and will get no extra unless they're understaffed that shift. You will probably find similar at other jobs.


skylamarie97

Then I have no idea why then


WorkingClaim2457

Will the differential end at some point or will it remain throughout the entirety of your employment ?


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Skylancer727

It's also for working any weekend days or nights. Some buildings don't do it though.


WorkingClaim2457

7:30am-5:45pm


n0mad13

It stays as long as you're on that specific shift. If you do a shift change or go to a different station then you'll either lose the differential or have a different rate based on the new shift.


skylamarie97

As long as you keep your job it stays from my understanding