my ex-employer claimed on my check stubs that i worked 30-35 hours a week, though i was scheduled 45 and often worked more. They have employees that work, literally 80 hours a week and have never paid a dime in overtime. they refused breaks. the owner once told me they watch the cameras and if someones not working as hard as the owners thought, they clocked them out without saying a word to the employee. the rare occasions breaks were allowed, they were 5 minute breaks. there are several other things. too many to go in to here.
You should schedule a consultation with an employment lawyer to discuss this. From what you put in your post, the employer is blatantly violating employment laws. But they will get away with it until someone does something.
Some of us offer free consultations and take cases on a contingency fee basis.
File a complaint with www. Lni.wa.gov/workplacerights/
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