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USDA spends $4 million on time clocks, doesn't know how long food inspectors work

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U.S. Department of Agriculture officials spent $4 million on a revolutionary workplace innovation this year: a clock that measures time worked in one-minute increments. The Food Safety and Inspection Service uses an "outdated" payroll system that measures employees' hours in 15-minute increments, meaning FSIS doesn't know exactly how long its employees actually work, according to a recent...

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