Pros: Easy Paycheck, Great Co-Workers
Cons: Stealing Overtime pay
I worked for Uhaul for a few months. It was a simple shift 5 days a week and I enjoyed it for 90% of it. However, I was disappointed on a few occasions when I noticed my overtime was cut from my checks. I had taken a screenshot of my hours sheet because another employee had warned me they don't like people working overtime. I was fine with that, but the store managers left me to mind the store while the did some last minute round-ups on equipment. I was left alone for 2-3 hours about 2-3 nights a week. I didn't complain because I was getting the routine down and I felt more than capable of proving I could work by myself without micro-management. In 1 week, I had accumulated 56 hours. The next week, my hours were cut to avoid overtime but I was still left to mind the shop and got more hours than expected. I ended up with 92 hours for the pay period. When my paycheck arrived for said pay period, it stated "52.00" hours. I had worked 16 hours overtime one week, and no overtime the next. They shifted some hours to max out the 2nd week to 40 hours worked and than just nullified the rest! This was unacceptable! This was after another incident where I had worked 43 hours in one week and those overtime hours never appeared on my check, but I tried not to fuel the fire at that point. My friend from Houston had also told me of the same scenario happening to him on several occasions while working for them for 4+ years.