RGIS and the hundredth of a minute

Well, a cursory glance at my last pay stub reveals that RGIS no longer calculates wages to the nearest tenth of an hour (or six minues). Now, time is kept to the hundredths of an hour. I’ve not kept accurate enough records to know if time is kept to the nearest 36 seconds.

I reckon the more accurate the better. But I can’t help thinking that someone sitting in an office somewhere figured out that this will reduce payroll by millions of dollars a year. As always, I don’t think this change was implemented for the benefit of the workers.

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