by Livia Gershon
For nearly four years, Oliwia Pac has been working at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, assisting wheelchair users and unaccompanied minors and sometimes providing security services for the airlines. When it comes time to get her paycheck every two weeks, she always worries about what she'll find. Over the years, she says, the company she works for has often played with her timesheets. For example, if she works overtime at security, a job that pays a base rate of $11.50, she says she'll find the hours listed under her wheelchair assistant position—which, because it's a tipped position, pays only $8.75.
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