When you are working on a parttime job and you have a mandatory meeting that you have to attend out of town on a non-work day, is it the law that you get paid for this? The meeting is about 1 1/2 hours away and it lasts for about 5 plus hours. You are getting paid by the hour and not salary when working the normal job on a normal day. Can they collect travel time and money/

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    Probably a good question for your boss or supervisor. Each company has different rules they go by, some try to get away with a lot of cutting corners, hopefully you have a reputable company to work for.
    depends on your particular state. some states mandate that employees be paid for attending mandatory meetings and a minimum of 4 hrs if the meeting is less than 4 hrs. If you're management, that's another story.

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