Neb. Wanted Illegal Time-Tracking Program: Employee

Law360, New York (September 10, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A Nebraska state employee has sued the state for allegedly asking him to write a time-tracking program that would not allow employees to record overtime, and then retaliating against him when he refused.

The lawsuit was filed Tuesday in the District Court of Lancaster County, Neb. by Robert Harrison, who began working for the Nebraska Treasurer's Office as a database and Web application developer in December 2006.

Shortly after he was hired, Harrison was asked to write a program for tracking employees' hours that would not...
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